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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... separating us! Map-less Jack met us there on the next train-but-one a couple of minutes later. Crisis averted, we got our Metro connection and continued to the hostel... where we found there were no rooms left :/ This felt like a bit of a blessing in disguise as we didn't really like the area around Centro. We'd been told to be a bit wary when out at night but it already felt a bit dodge at rush hour! So instead we called a couple of hostels from the lonely planet... only to be ...
... Annoyingly, these free bikes were terrible. Rusty, falling apart, bald tires, seat moved, mug guards rubbed, kickstand was broken, seat was horrible. The only thing it did right was move when you pedalled. But hey, it all added to the experience. We rode around the park a few times enjoying the sunshine and watching the thousands of people jogging, biking, walking dogs and rollerblading. It seems that rollerblading is still really popular down here. Everyone is ...
... the 9th of July. Yes, Avenida 9 de Julio is a wide one, like 18 lanes wide I think. It was easy to cross and neat to see. We walked up it a bit to the obelisk, a landmark. After some 30 seconds of planning we decided to go back to the hotel via the Subte, or subway. There is a station 3 minutes walk from our hotel. So we went in, Emily in Bjorn and stroller in hand. On the way down the many stairs, a very nice man seamlessly started helping ...
... ordered "jugoso" and came out perfectly. I had an "ojo" or ribeye cooked the same. They just put the slab of meat on the plate, no accompaniments. We added french fries, but if it weren't for the chimichurri sauce on the side, it would have been mighty plain. The steak was good, and cooked right, but it's not worth flying around the world for. More experimentation is in order I think! For dessert we got a glass of late harvest malbec and chocolate mousse, both of which were ...
We were up early today - headed up the coast to el Tigre. We hopped on a bus, and took it to the end of the line, past the Buenos Aires city limits. And for that whole hour long ride the city scape didn't change. Buenos Aires is a city built up - all the buildings are tall, and most people live in apartments. There is no grass, except for in the parks - probably why the parks are so popular on the weekends, the population has no where to go outside of their own - ...