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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... up in train station but bought a subte card that you can use on trains buses and subways. Then walked to subway. Got off subway at independencia and I had no idea where I was! But managed to work out where to go for hostel. For some reason I thought it had a roof terrace but it didn't. So funny Sami still there - he got there a week and a half ago! Irish guy Eoin in my room chatted to him for a bit then went ...
... English. As we were leaving to go to the nightclub Sofi's parents arrived back to the house and they asked us whether we enjoyed the Assado. I thought I knew the word for delicious so straightaway was like "oh yeah it was Succlento". They all just ****** themselves laughing. As it turns out "succulento" translates directly to succulent which I accept is a demented way to describe a meal. They must of thought I was an absolute weirdo. We went to a brilliant club called Rosebar that ...
... to a nearby packed steak house. It was our first proper experience of Argentine steak and it did not disappoint - they have perfected grilling beef, instilling a salty smoky outer layer to the meat. James had previously taken some Spanish lessons and was able to hold a conversation with the locals. That proved particularly useful the following day when he brokered us a good deal on the black market to exchange up our dollar. In total we exchanged US$600 for around 7500 ...
... them to rightwing families. As a consequence, a peaceful movement was started by the blood grandmothers of those children (Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo) – the women would wear white scarfs around their heads and walk around the Plaza de Mayo in silent protest to the war. The movement is still going, and quite recently the main leader, Estela Barnes de Carlotto, found her lost grandson.
From Plaza de Mayo we went into the Boca neighbourhood where we saw ...
Today was meant to run really smoothly. A pretty easy laid back day, see a few last sights, catch up with the girls for lunch and make my way to the airport to start the world cup adventure. It all started smoothly enough. I was planning on doing the 11am walking tour but got held up so I missed it but decided to do my own tour. I went to Av 9 De Julio which is the widest street in the world apparently. Walked towards the El Congreso saw a few ...