NH City & Tower
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... days is getting cash. There are very few ATM’s and many dont work with your cards. I did find a HSBC ATM close to the Starbucks in Palermo Soho right around the corner from where we live. The really crummy thing is you can only take out $1,000 pesos (about $100USD per day) but the fee is $5.00 USD to do this (5%)…so be vary careful of this. Also shops give discounts for using cash and also charge a fee for credit card. I used VISA cards to pay ...
... was pretty good and really no point walking when it costs only 50 cents for a ride. Plaza de Mayo was nice although under construction, had some interesting buildings including government house that was painted a pale pink. The national bank of Argentina was also here in quite an impressive building. The fountain in the middle must have been well know because lots of people were getting pictures there. So I took one too. -met up with Andreas and checked out the San Telmo ...
... intense) and my favorite...chumichurri. I love chumichurri. So much in fact I had 300ml of it yesterday in a bowl I think the waiter planned to use per table a day...not per single customer, but on french fries that stuff if possibly the greatest condiment of all time. So in conclusion....as we leave for our next adventure and as our taxi driver drove like road runner, in the middle of 2 lanes, while near missing intersection traffic (like super near miss and shouting ...
... being beaten and from all directions were the screams of "Vamos Argentina!"
What a great time to be in Argentina, we thought. We ended the day with great pizza and black forest chocolate cake and sang "Happy Birthday" while one Shabbat candle stuck in the center of Eli's cake waited to be wished upon. Nearing midnight, we all climbed into bed, more than ready to share with him his tenth year.
Our final days in Buenos Aires ...
... of a news story! But the culinary highlight was the steak! Argentina is famous for its Asado (barbecue) and there's no way you can travel here without trying it. We decide on Don Julios which was close to the hostel and had a really good reputation. We got there just after it opened as we were told without a reservation you could be waiting quite a while if you rocked up late. Well we were the first ones there but almost all the tables had ...