Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... we stocked up on a few bits and pieces that we could use as snacks for the next few days. By the time we were back in the hostel it was time for our cooking and wine course to start. This course was lead by a girl that works in the reception of the hostel and it was also taking place in the hostel dinning area. It was such a nice experience as it was really chilled out and it was also a great bonding opportunity for us with Evś friends who I can now name (Laura, Rachel, Nicky, ...
On the last week I came down with a chest infection so sadly we didn't end up doing a lot. We didn't mind though as we decided to treat ourselves to an airbnb which meant we could cook, shower when we wanted and not be woken up by drunken morons. We did a walking tour of 'la boca' which is the oldest area of Buenos Aires and is where the tango originated. The houses were beautifully colourful and there was a lot of cool artwork. We can't go ...
We arrived in BA around 3pm local time after a short stop in Santiago. The flight was uneventful and we were able to sleep for quite a while. We were met at the airport by our guide Patricia who accompanied us to our hotel the Hub Porteno. The hotel is a small boutique hotel in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, near the four Season hotel. The staff were very welcoming and the rooms are ...
... tourists! This is remarkable only because there were few tacky souvenir stores in the late-eighties when we first visited. Now, it's like Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. There were T-shirts, ball caps, coffee mugs, wall-hanging plates with Tango dancers, blue and white ladies pajamas. I was looking for a national flag, and found one. My souvenir shopping was complete. Under overcast skies we walked back to our hotel in the ...
... in. The whole thing feels so dirty and illegal but it a whole economy itself that just happens to exist in a grey area. We did take a few minutes to explore the area which is packed with tons of Spanish and Italian influence. The buildings, sculptures and parks all exhibit a European facade. Remember our friend Rob whom we met while wine tasting in Mendoza? We knew he was going to be in BA at the same time and promised to connect. Our first hang was last night at a wine ...