Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suite
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... to the dollar, but on the blue market we were getting around 12!).
It's easy to change your money very quickly right on the street on Florida Street, but I wanted to be extra sure I was getting real notes, so I waited until I found someone with a special pen that marks normal paper but is invisible on real money. With the person we had chosen, this involved following the money changer up into a small dirty office where the people he worked for ...
... s younger, cheaper brother, Johnny Walker Black. It was quite a shame, but we shall endure.
The tango show was fantastic. We went to see Rojo Tango in Buenos Aires, which consisted of dinner and a show. We had some fantastic food, followed by fantastic tango. The show went far too late into the night (just getting back to the hotel at 12:15 am) but was worth every second.
... located on a little island in the middle of the lake. As we got there a fish in the lake had gotten a little to acrobatic and flopped out if the water onto the island. Eventually the monkeys noticed this scaly alien and decided to investigate. It was so funny they were all circling around but would all run off when the fish flapped. One monkey got really brave and walked straight up to the fish. When it got there you could see it didn't know what to ...
... mad down here. We found a phenomenal local restaurant named after a rabid Boca fan who spent years ringing a huge bell in a makeshift band that no doubt stood up in the rowdy section for decades. It served up parrilla (grill) and provaleta (wheels of cheese, grilled), pappas fritas, and beer. We were the only gringos in the place, and we made fast friends with those around us.
A good day in the city of good air.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service