Howard Johnson Resort Pilar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and ate un sandwich y una torta in the famous Cafe Tortoni on Av del Mayo. Walked through the cobble stoned streets and mural-laden walls of the San Telmo Barrio. And strolled down Puerto Madero's water way hand in hand. Now back at home base with Esther and Oscar, bellies full with polenta and flan con dulce de leche, socks wrung out and hanging to dry, and the rain has finally gone to ...
... us with our Te con leche and card games. The food there was awesome too, dulce de leche crepes*, all sorts of amazing salads and teryiaki rice. Happy days.
We have caught up with a lovely American girl, Ilyssa, who we met in Puerto Madryn at our hostel and we shared the whale watching tour with too. Ilysa lives in Palermo so it was really cool to catch up ...
... but most were on stilts of several feet. Many set back from the
water behind thick trees – surely you want the water views?
The Tigre suburb of BA, set on docks and rivers, is quite
nice with some old buildings and not too many high rises. Better as a day trip
as the hostels were not up to much – first full, 2nd closed down and
Our guide for the private walking tour of downtown met us at our apartment at 10am. Jessica is extremely knowledgable, an American, living in BA for the last 7 years, she obviously loves the city and enjoys showing/telling people all about it. We took a cab downtown in what was still rush hour traffic! (Everything time shifts here.... People start and end their days 2 - 3 hours later than back home, hence the eating dinner at 10pm!). ...
Some ordinary and mundane observations of the city, just in case you're interested... 1. It's hot. If 47 degrees is hot for a city then this is not an exaggeration. 2. They LOVE cheese here. It is seriously in or on everything by the utter bucket load. Before I came here I thought it wasn't possible for a pizza to have too much cheese on it, but I've learnt in the past couple of weeks that it is. I'm learning some real life lessons out here. 3. They also ...