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how late they opened the check in counter with only an hour before the flight. The
flight of course was delayed on the tarmac an hour so we didn’t arrive in BA
until after 5:30. We got a taxi from the domestic airport to our hotel but the
traffic in the city centre was horrendous so the taxi was by far the dearest we
have had. We reckon the driver went this way just to get caught in traffic. It
was strange to be arriving in a place that we were ...
... important as salt, and certainly not pepper, are rarely on the table
as a matter of course) though nothing special. The walls were covered with framed
old sports posters/photos, with the odd signed shirt, including one of Diego’s.
You come here for the buzzing local atmosphere, character and characters – it
would be a great place to watch a game.
BA feels European in ...
... time to ourselves, picked up prepared veggie food for lunch at yet another Chinese owned shop across the street from the apartment, grabbed the kids and together we all walked about a mile to the Abasto Mall, the largest shopping mall in BA, set in the city's old and charming central market building. The main attraction for us was a children's museum within the mall itself. After the kids had a great time playing, we wandered through the shops for hours and ended up replacing many ...
... celebrate army rule , like our Anzac Day, so the markets were buzzing, and interesting street entertainment. The El Alenea bookstore was an old cinema, bought back to life, with an enjoyable coffee to be had on the stage. Our city tour took us to the lively and colourful La Boca district with tango dancers strutting their stuff! and great live music. We wizzed past the soccer areas, known for ...
Day 1 - After 24 hours of traveling, we land in Buenos Aires in the midst of a heat wave. 10 day blackouts have been infesting the city, but luckily our hotel, the Plaza, is still fully illuminated and air conditioned. We're leave our luggage in our rooms, blink, find quick lunch in a strip mall at a little cafe called Ventanas, a wonderful place to start simply because there was nowhere to go but up from there, before we start on a walking tour ...