Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites
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... cemeteries in the world, and is arguably Buenos Aires number one attraction. It's four city blocks long, and contains 4,800 mausoleums decorated
in many architectural styles.
After we left the cemetery we spent about an hour walking the flea market in a park right outside.
We wanted to eat dinner around 5 pm, so we still had another two hours to explore. Once again we hopped into a taxi (we must ...
... kidnappings of her dead body. After the tour Yana and I went for a walk along Puerto Madero which to me looked like a smaller, maybe a bit less impressive version of the Thames. I mostly enjoyed our visit at La Boca neighborhood of the less wealthy immigrants, which is a key touristy attraction today with its colorful houses and artsy image. We could even watch some tango and other dances on the street. In the evening we went to the ...
... traffic of the centre, La Boca seemed a lot more chilled out, and the brightly painted buildings, signs and paper mâché figures made it really fun to wander about and take photos. We wandered up to La Bombadero, home of Boca Juniors, which was dead as it wasn't match day and had a beer to cool down. Later we went for dinner with Jordan and Shawn from Canada and Mariana from Venezuela/USA, pals from the hostel, where the steak theme continued. The next day we caught ...
... I had only been in the night club for about and hour, when I noticed all my **** in my bag was gone. So this lovely Scottish guy helped me look for my ****. I found my toque under a table in a corner of the dance floor. The bar must of found my wallet, or someone returned it because they had it. So, I got my cards back, but my cash was stolen. I was unable to find my iPhone. I later found out its common for people to dump your bag at ...
... Soft material on the lower levels absorbs the sound and lets it rise. Hard materials in the upper levels reflects the sound back down giving the whole theatre apparently great sound. The theatre can hold 2500 people sitting and I believe another 400 standing. This ended the tour which was well worth it. We bought some postcards at the end. Next we headed to the Obelisk, so Rach could get some better photos off it in the sun. Then we got back on the hop on hop off bus. ...