San Isidro Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Afterwards we headed to San Telmo, which was also very different on a Saturday compared to the previous Sunday. Instead of an antiques market a square full of cafés and live music greeted us, with stalls all around. Such fun! After supporting the local economy (we couldn't resist the beautiful jewelry) we headed to the indoor market at San Telmo. And it couldn't be more different during the weekend compared to what we saw earlier in ...
... kicks in with so much competition with what show to see.... one so don't ever want to miss out !! Lol The number one show on trip advisor was a big touristy glitzy show a few reviews mentioned if you like intimacy don't opt for this one. It was too funny we are tango couldn't have been more intimate, we turned up on this back street down town, our fab taxi driver Carlos was like 'where are you guy going? ' bless him he was looking out for us as he had ...
... changed a few times during the month, but ended up being six classmates; two from Japan (unrelated to each other), one from Germany, one from Holland, one from Brazil, and myself.
In other on-going classes there were also representatives from France, Austria, England, and Australia; quite a diverse school! The last hour of class on Friday afternoon the whole school gathered ...
... was also very reasonable in price. No wine though otherwise it would've been almost impossible to stay awake. Instead we explored our area after lunch, bought some provisions for the flat, and headed back for a night in! Yes, a night in...I know we've just arrived in Buenos Aires, but to have our own space and to stop moving for a second was poor bliss.
Well rested and energised, we set out to explore the city centre ...
... Turns out the duty free booze was an issue. I also got another full pat down. Was asked where my shoes were from (peru) then I had to take them off so he could search the shoe for God knows what. He didn't get my joke about my feet stinking. He also didn't like it when an arrogant Californian lady whinging about the security put her foot out to him like Cinderella requesting he put the glass slipper on for her. Because I stood my ground about the Pisco ...