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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... dancers perform for its patrons.
The next day we explored La Boca, situated between the old port and the football stadium of the Boca Juniors. It's well known for the several blocks of streets with colourful buildings and although it was a very touristy area it was charming to walk around, although I have to say it doesn't quite compare to the colourful buildings in Salvador. (Am I starting to sound like a ...
... We had candles in jars along the tables, which were really nice. We had an asado (an Argentine barbecue) and lots of salad. We had Santa come at midnight and gave out lots of presents for the children 5 of the youngest children go little cars that they push along with the feet (they were very happy with them). After that I was helping a 3 years old ...
... over the surrounding blocks, and hint about what's to come. The rest of La Boca, especially Caminito, is extremely colourful, literally. Here the blue and yellow is accompanied by reds, greens, puples, all shades of the rainbow.
To get to La Boca from the city centre however, one has to pass the cobbled streets of San Telmo. On Sundays that trot takes considerably more time, since market stalls cover the narrow walkways. Flea markets and arts and crafts dominate the ...
... hostel and from there wondered around till I could a store. My first avocado was rotten, but my carrots were amazing. I ended up going to bed early because the weather was super **** and all my pesos were stolen. My Observations: The Argentina football fans don't get angry at the players when the completely suck; My iPhone is really gone; The carrots here are very ...
... on Sarmiento in Barrio Almagro, not far from where we stayed. She brought a Penguins of Patagonia t-shirt for Eli in honor of his birthday and a gift of an indigenous handicraft for the rest of us as well. Our plan was to say goodbyes at that point. We exchanged big hugs and figured we would reconvene at some point in the US, as Grace would likely be visiting her brother in Miami sometime soon.
After saying our Hasta Luegos to Grace, we ended the day at ...