Ibis Buenos Aires
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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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A sunny morning so took a walk in the centre via Florida
some I could look at some sports shops and check out currency exchange options.
Did find some socks but not a moneychanger I thought I could trust – there were
hundreds loitering about on the streets, shouting “cambio, cambio”.
Stopped at a pizza place that did wood fired “pizza a la
piedra” (stonebaked) which is as thin and crispy as ...
Now about the people and nightlife...of which there were lots! I'm not going to lie, some of my time in BA was a bit of a blur! And that's all down to Milhouse Avenue! I was told about this place by various people during my travels in Brazil, so wanted to see for myself...was it really a party hostel? Could people actually be "destroyed" from staying at a hostel? Surely not. I had heard you can only do a few days in Milhouse before you have to leave. I love ...
... one on the other Holland America ships. Emergency training was at 5 pm, pretty boring but necessary. We went to trivia, nothing like doing it right away! Only 7 people showed up, to groups, we all won, got the lousy pins as a reward! Dinner was fine, I had 2 glasses of wine and an aperitif after. Too much alcohol!? Maybe, but it was the first day! After dinner I felt real tired, so went to bed, Marty went to the ...
... can sympathize with the poor lamb from earlier in the day...! Nats did well on the horse and enjoyed this activity the most. The rest of the time at the farm was chilling and eating! After 2 days on the farm we drove back into Buenos Aires city which is a huge cosmopolitan city. The city has a lot of Italian and French architecture and is quite cobbled together in terms of new and old. Argentina had huge growth and was the 6th most wealthy country in the world during the ...
... and we were treated to some great Tango dances as well as the usual audience participation. The speed with which they move their feet is incredible.
After dinner and the show was over we were returned to the hostel and there was a party in our hostel so we all had a few drinks there. Before we knew it in all the celebrating of Lia's birthday and Sarah's final night it was 2am and time for bed. Others continued to a club but thought better of ...