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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and eventually got to Recoleta. Really nice guy but unfortunately too shy for me and shag I think definitely out if the question one coz I'd for sure need to make first move and two nowhere to go as at 37 he still lives with his parents as he can't afford to move out. At one point was convinced he was gay as he loved the spice girls and I was laughing at the songs on his iPod, super cheesy but I liked most of it apart from the Britney Christina ...
... Reproduction signs lay on mats and recall the golden days of tango. Antique blue and green glass spritz water bottles are displayed for sale. Multi-coloured scarves and kerchiefs hang across stalls. Homemade jewellery of peacock-feather earrings and vibrant woven bracelets is displayed. A wandering feather duster salesman poses for photos, peering cheekily out from behind his wares like something from the opening scenes of "Bramwell." And taste! Let us ...
... believe this is where locals tango in the street for a small tip. We sat down at one of the tables set up in the square by the surrounding bars and had a drink amongst the other tourists. There was no tango in sight but a middle-of-the road duo were murdering some classics. As we drank we took in the surroundings, far more interesting than the busking entertainment were the locals. San Telmo is an artistic quarter and there were groups of friends perched on the side of ...
... disappearance of 30,000 people who allegedly opposed the government and were kidnapped and never seen again (los desaparecidos). The Presidential palace - The Pink House - flanks one end. You can see the balcony from which many important political speeches have been made - including those from Evita Peron. The government even let Madonna film scenes here (for the movie). On another side is the Cathedral Primada de Buenos Aires. This Cathedral houses some ...
... It seems a shame at least at this point that the only places that have gotten this designation are bars and cafes because in our travels we have come across a bunch of restaurants that also deserve this honor. I will now give you a rundown of our favorite places.
El Federal - the oldest of the Notables it is located, like many are, on a corner in San Telmo. The place is dark, homey, rather quiet for ...