Obelisco Center Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... feelings which always helps. There was no de-brief afterwards and so I headed off to meet the connect lot at a bar called Gibraltar in San Telmo for some food and drinks ,,I was starving so Paula and I ordered pizza and chips to share which was the best so far...it was a really busy place but the music and company was great....I came home ..got in bed and got woke up by my bestie in Argentina ...Merlin the family pet ..at 2am may I add ...
... is that it might cost more to repair the car than what our stuff could be sold for. What's more is that it was a really nice car - these people weren't poor or desperate, they were just arseholes. So instead of spending a beautiful day enjoying the antique markets of San Telmo, we spent the day in a police office and bent over a sink trying to wash the sludge out of our clothes. I don't think this would have happened in the other countries that we've been to, because ...
... unbelievably slept through to 6pm! Ah well guess we needed it. Did feel guilty though. The rest of the night went something like - dinner/ breakfast (omelette and copious coffee) dressing up backpacker style and hitting the hostel bar, chatting with randoms, dancing and a cocktail of horrible drinks ( my wine was called colon) Wasn't too much of a late one for Argentina as made it to bed by 3am with a view to make it up for the free breaky at our hostel. #Sleep #pastries ...
... depthless antique stores. Typically, this famous neighborhood of San Telmo hosts a huge Sunday antique and craft fair, but having landed there on a Wednesday we sadly would not have the opportunity to experience it's wonders...
After a day exploring by foot, we decided to rent bikes the following morning. Strapping on our helmets, we consequently put on our tourist game faces to see the city on the fast track, and we went peddling ...
... for the record, it is pouring now, so pictures are difficult to take, but we’ll carry on.) We travel down Avenue del Libertador, which stretches for 21 miles (35 km). We pass the University of Buenos Aires Law School, a large granite building with columns. Valeria tells us that students do not pay to attend school. They must pass secondary school and then pass 6 final exams. If they do this, they can attend the university for free. We continue ...