Hotel Sol Montserrat
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Bombonera stadium now holds around 45,000 people after being extended in 1996, with restrictions on away fans currently in place. You can imagine the intimidating atmosphere for the away team.
The tour ends and we head back to the hostel for lunch. The afternoon is again activity packed, with a bicycle tour of the north of the city. The tour takes us through Retiro, onto la recoleta cemetery and finally Palermo, with the guide stopping at various places to ...
... are just worth it, we had a lovely hour watching the neighbourhood go by especially as it appeared that everyone was coming home from work. Dinner was at a small local place about 3 blocks from our hotel. Regan's steak was about 3/4 of his dinner plate and he couldn't finish it (a first I think). I had the trout which was really nice and we both finished off with some flan. It was a lovely evening so we took the long way home. Tomorrow is more exploring including an area called La ...
... Having a quick nap..Coffee with the local working men in a local bar..10 pesos. Sit in the shadow-you will burn your shoulders more..,tells me one man. Too late-already burnt..Lesson with Albano..mucho caminar..y bailar..walks,walks,music,walks,pivots, music,embrace,posture..pivots..it is getting better.Balance.aaaah. Albano is really sweet-and he works really hard with me.I ask questions. He answers. Showing me different options..Watching my every step in the ...
... lazy start in anticipation of a late night and another early flight in the morning, this time down to Patagonia. We brave the heat a saunter back to Puerto Madera for a look at it in the daylight, and to find where exactly our fancy NYE dinner restaurant is. On the way we can't pass up the two peso (each) opportunity to check out an old ship turned museum. We can't pass it up the second time either at the next permanently docked barca. The ships ...
And so my trip comes to an end. I'm waiting for my flight to London at Ezeiza, Buenos Aires' international airport. It's a nice enough airport although it appears to be one big duty free shop.
It has been a great trip. I'm not quite sure what I expected at the start, and I'm not sure I expected to enjoy it so much. It is years since I did any backpacking. Nevertheless, it has been an experience that I'm keen to do again. It is at times ...