Howard Johnson Plaza Florida Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Plaza Florida Street Buenos Aires
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... going, and a local bus costs approx $3 pesos one way.
... this russet-colour columned building in Recoleta is your one-stop shop for Argentine painting and sculpture, especially modern and postmodern works. The Cementerio de la Recoleta was next. The city's illustrious departed rest in mausoleums as sumptuous as their mansions. Heavily adorned with marble facades and dramatic statues, these second homes are arrayed along shaded avenues, forming an eerie but beautiful city of the dead. Residents include the ...
... grandma behind us with a full cart was not happy about the delay. After breakfast the next adventure was to change our money for pesos. Thanks to our contacts along the way we were told to go to the most touristy part of area, up the stairs in a shopping center and look for the "scarf shop". So we hopped the subway into downtown and headed on our second slightly illegal adventure of the trip. Before entering the shop keepers knew why we were there and were waving money and ...
... and amognst other stuff a man in a vertical air tunnel, a guy running on a giant treadmill avoiding patio furniture whilst getting shot, and an overhead pool with four girls splashing around. All to a minimilist house soundtrack. I don't listen to that kinda of music so this is probably a bad reference point but it reminded me a bit of Trent Reznors soundtrack/ghosts type work rave-d up. I danced like the ceiling couldn't hold ...
... a team from BA. Again another epic was enjoyed as our boys gave them a 3-0 touch up while the rapturous fans spent the 90 minutes singing and beating drums, anything but watch the bloody thing.
Saturday in Mendoza means one thing - wine tour. As is local custom, you hire some bikes and ride off to a handful of vineyards and do your best not to fall off, or worse, get hit by one of the busted asses that locals here call a car. More bangers than a Deadmau5 set ...