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ingredients for/Italian food are widely available – 8 brands of parmesan, fresh
pasta of 20 types, gnocchi in 5 flavours, even pizza dough in good
supermarkets, polenta, plus Italian restaurants are almost as popular as
... met in the area of Recoleta and headed to a restaurant that they recommended and as it turned out, they also lived about two blocks from. It was a great meal and our only disappointment was the very expensive taxi ride home. Now all we had to do was sort out our bags for our adventure to Uruguay tomorrow. Thankfully we were able to leave our big bags behind at the hostel and take only our little day bags, so much easier and ...
... to made-in-China America, but that may also indicate that we do not get out to enough markets like this in the US. We bought a few cool items, finger puppets for Emily and other small things. We then ate lunch from a food cart- street food hamburger and ham sandwiches-what could go wrong? We're still feeling good so it worked out ok, even Emily had a bit. Then we went to a church, Senora Del Pilar, which had ...
Excited to be back in BA we decided to spend the day exploring the neighbourhood of Palermo with a walking tour put on by the hostel. Catching the bus to the outer perimeter of the neighbourhood, our first stop was the very well manicured Rose Garden. One the most prominent and prettiest gardens in BA, gravel promenades lead you through a series rose beds. The garden has very strict rules which you must obey; no walking on the grass, no touching the roses and ...
... to speak mostly in Spanish! We've done the standard touristic things, like the Casa Rosada (I couldn't stop myself from singing 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' from the balcony) and the San Telmo Sunday market, which basically is a mile of tourist tat for sale but lots of fun nonetheless. We have also drunk a lot of red wine and Fernet, the local drink, which tastes like medicine and gave me a shocking hangover... We will try and upload some photos soon. Nos vemos! Ruby and Colin ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Buenos Aires
We were already expecting a simple hotel (IBIS Chain)... but what we found there was an extremely old facility... not at all align with the IBIS Standard.... Services however, except for the internet and air conditioned, were fine.
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