Melia Buenos Aires Hotel
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... easy thing to walk 3 blocks and go by bus. From the bus stop we wandered about 6 blocks through back streets finding some amazing old buildings and lots dog poo and broken footpaths along the way. Our first stop was the San Telmo fruit and vegetable market. When we arrived at the market it was a little quiet but over the next hour and a half it became much much busier. Everybody enjoyed ...
... people who came over from Europe and are a mix of Spanish and Italian descent. The have a very gypsy-like fashion and the goods they sell follow suit. It was very eye-opening for me and I realize now why Argentina is a destination point for so many people. I really had no idea there was such culture here, especially that it is so European-influences and completely distinct from the other Latin-American cultures. Wow. After hours of walking around ...
... you can be sneaky and fill a takeaway tub with as much delicious food as you can cram in to it (they provide the tubs) and they will charge you by weight.
Now here is my sneaky tip: don't include any rice or noodles, just fill the tub with the main dishes you want and cook your rice seperately at home.
By doing this, we fed 2 people 2 x main meals each (4 main meals in total) out of ONE tub. Our tub, ...
... br> The thing that surprised me most?? Dog walkers! Sometimes walking as many as 10-12 at once!! Then they get together in the parks and all you can see is a mass of dogs and a couple of humans. Also nearly scuttled by a motor bike roaring down the pavement... think he had tried to do a bag snatch up the block and was beating a hasty retreat!! Note to self ... carry a small over the body style bag only! !
By 1.15pm we had a handle on much ...
... They have steel doors that roll down over the windows and there's no signage signaling what business is inside. But once 9P comes the space transitions. The window covers roll up so visitors can look out on the park across the street, a DJ takes his spot in the corner and starts mixing musics and the mixologist gets to work behind the bar. It was a super hip and cool spot. It stays open until 4AM and when we left at 2A we were thrilled to see the party was still going ...