Park Plaza Unique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... second tour was less about politics and more about history and the buildings. None of the buildings in BA are that old but they are built in a very old style often copying buildings from other cities. A lot of the buildings have a French influence and the streets are reminiscent of Paris, others are more Italian and imitate Venice whilst the newer area by the river could be St Catherine's wharf or similar in London. All in all it makes for a very interesting ...
... with white ice/snow. What appeared to be less than a kilometre adjacent to these massive mountains were smaller drier, red barren mountain ranges which plateaued out enough for the airport terminal. It was incredible to see this dramatic change in terrain which was almost touching/connected. We soon were waiting for our connecting flight to Buenos Aries. It became very apparent here that we were some place ...
... I did consider that the fiesta in the streets might pose a problem with the taxi service to the hostel, together with the fact that it was storming outside and everyone would be wanting a taxi. As I suspected, the taxi rank called in at 5:30pm to say they had no more taxis available and those that got free, would be unable to drive down Avenida de Mayo because of road closures.
Jose (I think that's what his name was. He repeated it like 5 times and I ...
... old homes as well as ones that were quite contemporary. The village was filled with very hip boutiques, a great little fruit and vegetable market and some very interesting restaurants, as well as other commercial enterprises. There was a supermarket three or four blocks further down where we stocked up on supplies for the next five days.
The next morning, we took a taxi to “Plaza de Constitution”, the ...
... around the corner from where we are staying. He works as a teacher of playwriting in a colorful graffiti covered half abandoned, half functioning metal factory, in which the once abandoned areas are now being utilized for a museum, for stage space by actors, etc. Then, several buses and trains later, picking up his sister Grace at her apartment along the way, we stopped along the river between BA and its northern suburb of Tigre to eat, browse, and chill at a weekly organic fair next ...