San Remo City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tried to find the bus station but could only find the train station. Walked round a market then back beside the docks which was nice. I returned to the hostel and saw a message from Tom saying that he and Franzie had gone to a Sunday market, so I went also and saw a local getting robbed (a guy ran up and snatched something from her hand (phone probably) then jumped onto the back of a scooter that fled off. Despite this (and with ...
... the South and North of Buenos Aires; the south has mostly low building with beautiful alleys whereas in the north there are too many high rise modern buildings. He said that when we see Puerto Madero, we will understand. Puerto Madero, in the eyes of many locals, is not Buenos Aires. From Constitution, we took a bus to the micro city near the Congress. We passed by many nice buildings and Hernan told us the history of all these places. We saw the Water ...
... we got to the counter and once there were told that there were no flights to DC until the next day....no problem for us....we have plenty of time. We are finally booked on an Air France flight the next morning. So now we have to wait about 45 minutes to get a voucher for a hotel. We get a voucher for the Hilton which is adjacent to the airport...again no problem. We get to the hotel and they know nothing about out voucher ...
... even one of us could have squeezed on, let alone all of us! So, we finally busted out google maps and navigated ourselves home by foot.
Tired, frustrated, angry and dirty, we walked "home," cleaned the fresh dog poop from BOTH boys' boots. Yes, just to top off the day, both boys, separate incidents, two piles of poop. After showering, Eli and Noa climbed into their beds, while Ari, Jonathan and I walked around the corner to sit together and enjoy the last remnants of our ...
... go down to the bar at half 7. It didn't take long for us to realise this is not the way things are done in BA. We spoke to a couple of girls who said people don't start drinking till 12 and the clubs don't open until 0200. As we were already ready we decided to start drinking anyway and took part in the evenings entertainment which was a free Salsa lesson. Tom, Dan, Rowan and I were taught some basic steps by two local dancers. The ...