Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... An hour later he brings our bags out, gives us the room key, and we make our way up to the room. We enter the chrome, glass, and mirrored elevator for a quick ride to the 3rd floor. Each floor has only 5 rooms on it, so it’s not hard to find our room. We enter the room to see a clean, orderly room with a large TV attached to the wall. Everything in the room is sleek and modern. The bathroom, while small, has a toilet, bidet (more ...
... and simple. Others, include multiple statues or have literally been created as a second home for the dead during the next phase of their life. Sadly, many of them have been damaged. The glass in the doors has been smashed, flooring has been broken, etc. It's kind of creepy because with no protection the wooden caskets are exposed to the elements, causing them to further decay and making us wonder if some day a mummy is just going to roll out. The cemetery is filled ...
... ve seen is a completely starry sky back in Oz, and there was no way for me to capture that if I wanted to. All the running around has also meant I've missed a couple of "must see" tourist places in BA, including the colourful houses of Boca and the Recoleta Cememtry. This just all goes to proving my first two rules of life constantly prove **** Happens and Nothing Goes According to Plan.
Having showered and changed into things ...
... caught a taxi to bus terminal. While waiting at the bus terminal, Ash and Rach bought some postcards to send back home. At one point Ash got up to go to the baños, asking us to look after her bag. Soon after a man sat down to the side of me and kept trying to talk to me in español and pointing towards some platform, despite me saying I couldn't understand. I then suddenly gear a "hey!" from Rach, who was chasing a guy who had who 5 minutes ago was standing slightly to ...
... really late and usually something sweet. Then a late lunch, before dinner at around 10pm. This is just an average daily routine for the Argentines and was something that would take a bit of getting used too!
On my 2nd day in Buenos Aires i stupidly had my small backpack stolen and lost my ipad, camera and the really annoying part...my passport. This would prove to alter my plans for Argentina dramatically. After a visit to the police station and some TLC from ...