Nuevo Hotel Callao
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... a much more authentic Argentinian experience, with hardly any other tourists to be seen, probably a result of the distance from the centre and the hype around the San Telmo market. It has thousands of vendors scattered around 4 roads and a park, selling almost everything, including clothes, jewellery, trinkets, olive oil etc... The highlight for us was the food stands, with kilo upon kilo of beef and sausages, sizzling on the outdoor grills. Over the course of the afternoon ...
... a doze and Derek....you guessed it......went to the gym.
In typical Argentine custom, we were picked up at 9.30pm, repeat 9.30pm!! to go to a Tango show and dinner. The dinner was not huge, thank heavens, and the show was good. Singing and some fabulous dancing. One couple danced the traditional Tango while the others added some modern twists.
Returned to the hotel at 1am. Now that was a long but very enjoyable day!! ...
... monument, fountains and statues, until we rode onto Avenida de Mayo. I grabbed my belongings, thanked the taxi driver and made for the doors of Hostel Estoril. Outside the building by the front door, 3 signs on the wall indicated the different floors of the apartment block. Hostel Estoril occupied all 3 but there were different names for different floors. This sounds elusive because I paid absolutely no attention to the names and when I got into the lift (an ...
... but we were right next to China town of Bueno Aires. I have just spent the afternoon playing with the children which is always fun as I don't know what I am going to do I just know it is going to be energetic. The weather is getting warmer during the day but dropping to real cold when the sun goes down, also there are leaves growing on the trees so I think that spring is in the air, yay ...
queues are normally pretty boring, but today I saw something that made
me giggle like an idiot. To get in and out of Argentina, you normally
need to have a photo taken and your thumb print electronically recorded.
After having her photo taken, one passenger was 'asked' to record her
thumb print via a hand gesture from the immigration official (they don't
use too many words). So the passenger looked at the camera again,
smiled and gave a thumbs ...