Hotel Aeroparque Inn & Suite
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... it is $150 for 2! This absolutely blows my mind. Also, there is no way for me, or anybody to get US dollars from any bank or anywhere! So yesterday when I realized this, I told Emily during her layover in Atlanta airport to get as much cash as possible. Then I remembered Argentina limits the amount of cash to $300 dollars per person. So not to incriminate myself, but lets say she brought ...
... a night we won't forget in a hurry. Both Matt and Nina have wanted to see a football match since arriving in BA (which is odd considering Neen doesn't like football) and Jules and Pete didn't want to go (which is odd considering Pete likes football). Luckily we managed to convince them and went to see a match between local rivals River Plate and Quilmes (as in the beer) at Quilmes's home ground. Unfortunately away team fans are banned from all ...
... House which was gorgeous inside and acoustically considered to be amongst the five best concert venues in the world. Another great thing was to see a Tango show and the dancers are pretty amazing, we had a tango lesson before the show which was very amusing but good fun. Pizza! As well as great steak BA has some fabulous pizza restaurants and on our first night we had our best pizza ever in a very basic but very popular with the locals called El Cuartito. ...
... this (they do have the Mar de la Plata, but it's kinda gross). So we do this, head back to the hostel to drop off the bomb that is my camera, grab some actually delicious sushi to appease the vegetarian in the group, and then we're off again.
In search of Italian hot chocolate, I can't explain my cravings in south america, we were pointed in the direction of a local argentine chocolateer called Havana (It's a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service