Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to find that my phone was missing from my pocket. I had no idea where it had disappeared to but I was absolutey fuming and summoned Junior to a taxi back to Milhouse. As a running total, I've now lost two cameras, a phone, a tablet, two t-shirts and a pair of shorts in under two months. Beyond clumsy. Anyway, I won't dwell on it in the blog as much as I did in reality. We somehow got up before 8am for a taxi to the airport and a flight to Panama. How about some good fortune in a new ...
... weeks :). The next day we met with friends at the same Irish pub to watch the Argentinians win their match with some local atmosphere. We looked around downtown before meeting up again and going to a very nice dinner in Puerto Madero, a modern area of Buenos Aires across a river from downtown. We then headed off to a Tango show at Los Angelitos where we received free wine with the great show, a very enjoyable evening! Day 4, we headed out to La Boca, home of the Boca ...
Today was a very busy day. We woke up at 8:30, both took a shower and went down to breakfast by 10. Breakfast was quite good with delicious homemade bread. We met our tour guide in the lobby, who was recommended to us by a friend. First we walked around town and stopped first at the Plaza de Mayo, that stood in front of the presidential building. We also looked at the palacio rosa. We walked through many ...
Buenos Aires - a mix of Paris Architecture, Romes traffic and Madrids late-night hours. All spiked with Latin American flavour. This city, close to 'the end of the world' is cosmopolitan, seductive, emotional, frustrating and chok full of attitude. Old-world cafes where old guys all dressed up are waiting on you. Grumpy and slow are all part of the charm. Lunch at noon and dinner after 10pm demands a Medialuna (croissant) and cafe cortado. ...
After a very early start this morning, like 4am, we completed the first leg of a very loooooong trip to our destination of Buenos Aires, Argentina in Auckland. After a two hour wait, we boarded our plane for the longest leg of our journey, which was between Auckland and Santiago and 11 and a half hours in length. Sleeping most of the way, it was an uneventful journey and it was mid morning when we arrived in Santiago, Chile. Another two ...