Hotel Sol Montserrat
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the world, Avenida 9 de Julio. That's a lot of traffic. Thankfully, I can read the Spanish here (because whatever they speak is not espanol) and found a building that housed a tourist bookstore. They happily gave us a map, and we were on our way.
We visited the Plaza de Mayo, where Evita made her speech. The area is smaller, but reminds me of the mall in DC. Crowds have gathered here in good times and bad; it ...
... the history of this area. and about the handful of surviving mansions that were built from the end of the nineteenth century to the start of the 1920’s, almost always designed by French architects. using building materials imported from France. She told us that from 1918 to 1930 ten million people came over from Europe, half from Italy, one quarter from Spain and the rest from other countries. They came to work, to invest and many ended up exporting beef. Once ...
... and see what happens. Buquebus also happens to be the only company that accepts foreign credit card and note that since few months ago, for foreigners, they only accept USD or credit card for the sales of travel to countries, meaning buying tickets to Uruguay has to be paid in dollars or card. It would have been much cheaper with the black market currency exchange rate. Hernan had told us earlier that in Puerto Madero, in the far end of the area away from the ...
... near Bertinet standards or, my number one worldwide (so far), those from a small French bakery in Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic.
Despite living in the city, dog ownership is common and paying someone to walk it is too – not sure how much of a walk they really get as they are taken in massive packs and then seem to be tied up in the parks to bark and ****. At least in the posh areas people seem to ...
... blocks to find the place and fortunately the rain had stopped by then. We all had two courses and shared beers and four bottles of the very good local wine. Amazingly the cost was only $40 a head!!
The next morning the sun was shining. Many of the group went on an optional tour to Tigre but we had done that last time we were here. We walked into the Calle Florida, Buenos Aires equivalent of Rundle Mall, and walked along. Nearly every five metres there was someone ...