Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... past it earlier before we even started our search and never noticed it.
The bus came within a few minutes and we hopped on but the price had increased by 100 pesos. The advertised price online (as of yesterday) was 170 pesos but now we were being asked to pay 260 pesos. Whether they were trying to cheat us or not, we weren't sure, but there was no way we were going to pay that for a ticket, so we hopped out again at the first set of traffic lights ...
... cheap cuts and only accept the skewers fresh out of the kitchen and whatever you do avoid the pineapple, yucky stuff!
We got up early the next day to squeeze a trip to the falls in before our flight at 1400, only to have possibly the most nerve racking experience of our entire trip. We had chosen a bus that would get us there for 0900 when it opened and had read that at the weekends the walkways could get crowded but were not prepared for ...
... nutty dulce de leche did not live up to previous expectations
Couldn’t find anywhere to top up the Subte card so ended up
walking all the way back to Monserrat, going through some areas I’d not
previously explored. Abasto and Once were more down to earth, with cheaper
shops and crowds of locals blocking every pavement – moved to the backstreets
to avoid the melee and saw little of note in the hour or so it took.
... yoga instructor or a fitness coach bellowing out instructions. I think to myself, “ how many jobs are out there based around the lack of self esteem or lack of contentment people have in their lives? “, fitness coaches,life style coaches,dog walkers,motivators….Jesus the list goes on and on and on,when did we become so spineless and pampered? How would we cope in a major disaster in the developed world without trained specialist people to do the jobs for ...
... caught a taxi to bus terminal. While waiting at the bus terminal, Ash and Rach bought some postcards to send back home. At one point Ash got up to go to the baños, asking us to look after her bag. Soon after a man sat down to the side of me and kept trying to talk to me in español and pointing towards some platform, despite me saying I couldn't understand. I then suddenly gear a "hey!" from Rach, who was chasing a guy who had who 5 minutes ago was standing slightly to ...