Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our breakfast table. But the ever so present dulche de leche is of course available, which I am quite please about as I really like it. It is a type of caramel, which Argentinians eat a lot.
We decide to go for a 'free’ walking tour. It says free, but it seems that nothing in life is free, it is tip based, so good value overall. We go into the La Boca area, which is in a poor part of the city inhabited by immigrants. The houses are so colourful not because ...
... little bit of milk, ‘jarrito’ is with a 3rd of milk. If the locals are not in a rush, they can spend hours over their coffee and in the afternoon they will also have medialunas, small pastries, with their drink.
We made our way further down the Avenue to Plaza de Mayo, a plaza surrounded by loads of historical and important buildings. At the eastern end is the Cabildo, a nice, old colonial building which is now a museum although we were advised it’s not ...
... covered with sheep skin. Or there was a buggy ride for those not wanting to ride. A museum, a garden and a shop completed the things to do before lunch. It was a lovely setting and peaceful if you could ignore the road that ran at the end of one of the fields. Lunch was a meat feast with bottles of wine on the table which kept coming once one was empty. Beer and fruit juice were the other options. The lunch started with sausage and then steak, a huge piece, ...
... ball at a snail pace. I did however score four to make us win 4-3. Wendy's horse decided to stop turning right so whilst I was trying to score the goals, her horse was wondering off. It was very funny! Our last stop for the day was a last huge steak on La gran taverna restaurant. A recommendation from Fernando of where local people go for steak and boy was it tasty!! I officially love Buenos Aires. Even more than Rio. Can't believe I'd ever say ...
It's the evening of our first day in Buenos Aires and our first impressions are good. We've both found things we like. For Trevor the enormous cold bottle of the local Quillmes beer was a hit, for me my first Argentine ice cream ( coconut,) impressed. We arrived into the very busy & noisy international airport at 8.30 this morning and realised pre booking a taxi had been ...