Olmo Dorado Apart Hotel
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... a scheme similar to Boris bikes where you register for free and have access to bikes across the city, you can use them for 1 hour at a time, before dropping them back at any station. Then you wait 15 minutes and can use another bike for an hour and so on. We did just this, we cycled to the Recolecta cemetery which is a huge cemetery right in the thick of the city! I think some famous people are buried here. The grave sites were massive with some being the size of a small chapels!! It ...
Todays adventure began at 2am, when we landed in Buenos Aires and headed to our hotel.
After a quick snooze, we woke, bright-eyed and bushy tailed (well some) and headed out into the capital to explore.
We found a beautiful square, the government buildings and lots of street art, before stumbling on a gorgeous Argentinian cafe selling the most amazing cakes- we decided on a slice of lemon meringue pie and brownie cake, which, when arrived were huge!
... the surrounding buildings mean not much of a view and
the sun is only on the balcony from about 10-2.
Finally unpacked all my stuff, ready for a serious wash, did
a supermarket shop and just enjoyed hanging around in my own space.
... running. Metro line A would get us to the Congressional Building for the daily 11 am free tour, but just our luck, after jogging from the metro stop in order to make it there in time, we learned that all tours for the day had been canceled due to numerous events apparently happening in the building. So, we changed course, google mapped the interactive science center in the neighborhood of Recoleta, and since it was only two kilometers away, we began walking. On the way, since ...
... We took his advice and backtracked. Back to hotel for a quiet couple of hours recharge then off to a cafe for a beer and gin. Then a meal at a local restaurant. A thick steak and pork chops shared. Bottle of wine too then the waiter brought out a coconut liqueur as a nightcap. Lovely guy who spoke no English. Always fun communicating. He was a happy guy so the night was a lovely end to the day. Off to Uruguay tomorrow for a day trip fast ferry to Colonia. Weather forecast not ...