InterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires
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I would reccommend this hotel because is very well located and the hotel itself is a luxus option, I did make the reservation thru this page I do really reccommend as well http://www.bookinseconds.com/en/hotels/argentina/buenos_aires.html
I hope I can help other travellers with my tips and I´ll keep you informed since I am planning a wide open travel to this continent country of Argentina
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... br> the docks – it felt even more like Bristol docks with the yachts and red brick
warehouses, whose bricks were imported from England according to a local. There
were no seagulls but plenty of parrots decorating the cranes with guano and squawking
loudly – surprised to see them so far south considering how cold it can get and
also right in the city centre. Also a few turtles basking on a semi-submerged
... hostel in Foz and finally 2 guys I met in Paraty, Mike and Patrick, who I met way back in March! After that the following days, Inaya arrived (the frenchie I travelled with for 3 weeks) and the rest of the Floripa crew: Claire, Monique, Tiff, Michelle, Simon and Edwin. It was just so cool to see everyone again, so each night was a celebration!!!
Knowing so many people is great, but it also makes you super lazy in meeting new people. However, I ...
... outside we finally got in and took the guided tour. Well, in my opinion it was not worth it! It is OK, but doesn't come near the beauty of some other opera houses, mainly the one on Budapest. After that we just roamed the streets. The bull varda are beautiful, wide. We also walked along Florida Street, a pedestrian walk way, junky! I was dead tired by 5 o'clock when we finally got back to the hotel, has a shower and a bit ...
... isolated and in the heart of the jungle. It's also not as modern, yet very touristy. We cabbed it to the hotel, which is pretty isolated. We could have stayed at the Sheraton right by the falls, but it was a bit dilapidated and we wanted a nice spa hotel :) We checked in and headed straight for the cabana bar for a nice cerveza. Deelish. We people watched and played on our iPads for a bit and then headed up ...
... barter on a weekly basis. This 'bartering' still happens at a weekly Sunday market which takes place 2 roads away from our hotel. It was pretty much a huge flea market in the streets with antique stores on both sides. We visited the Pink House (presidential palace) and saw where Evita made her speeches from. Most people might not know this but she did not sing 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' ..that was Madonna who sang it in the movie from the Palace but not from the original ...