Magnolia Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Touch down in Argentina brought an added excitement to Jenny as she has it in her mind to travel to all seven continents sooner versus later. We really appreciate her absolute desire to see the world and experience all it has to offer. There's no question that the time spent abroad has taught her to be accepting of other's beliefs and welcoming of …
Missing out on the chance to watch a Copa Libertadores semi-final in Buenos Aires was never likely for two avid football fans and we'd put our names down for the trip. Wednesday arrived and the demand for places was obvious. Thankfully we'd booked early as a few people were turned away to prove that the hostel's extensive promotion had worked even for non-football fans. As the game approached I got talking to a guy from Seattle who was typically excitable and the two German brothers, who ...
After coming back to my wonderful favela home at 7:30am and 3 hours of sleep, I started getting ready for my bus ride to Buenos Aires. Wearing my Germany jersey and walking through the streets of Morro Azul and Flamengo was simply amazing. Every second Brazilian on the street was smiling at me congratulated, no matter which age. They were all happy that Argentina did not win the World Cup on Brazilian soil in Maracana. Wearing the Germany jersey on the day after the final was ...
So today would be our last full day in Buenos Aires. We had an earlyish start and met German (pronounced herrrrrman or just G for those who have **** Spanish accents) our CEO tour guide man at 9am. We decided to do a free walking tour and explore the city which would take us about 3 hours. We were joined by Claire another addition to our tour group. Ironically, she is actually from Chesterfield and goes into sheff often! ...
... so early in the morning. Clearly I will have to wait and do my laundry after I get to Paraguay.
During check-in, I also experienced another problem. The hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle doesn’t start running until 6:00 a.m. My international flight is at 7:20, so that’s too late. I had to arrange a taxi
for 5:30, for which I’ll have to pay 100 pesos ($15). ARGH!
I got online and quickly the realization hit me that I ...