Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After breakfast Yvonne drove me NorthWest along the River Rio de Plato. There are many parks and paths that can be explored another day as we needed to get back for a wonderful Asado - a meal with meat cooked on a parrilla ( by Tomas and his brother Ingacio) and potato and lettuce salads enjoyed with family and friends. Also met Santigo, Tomas´s brother and Silvia, Yvonne´s ...
A rest morning before we fly to Argentina... Sleep in, wander around - a good break before the final legs of my awesome adventure!! Bus back to Santiago with a stop along the way for lunch... I'm looking forward to the next week/eight days before I head home - it seems to have flown past so quickly but seven and a half weeks jam packed full of sights and adventures will last me a while (at least until my next adventure. Hehe) Deborah if you are reading this I think I may have ...
... or some type of expensive fast car that was clearly not doing the speed limit either. To top it off he dropped me at the domestic terminal so I had to walk at 3:30am with all my bags 2km across the airport. At least it was a bit cooler than the day. First flight buenos aires to lima, Peru. Depart 6am arrive something like 4.5 hours later. To check in for the flight despite having an electronic boarding pass I had to go to the kiosk and print a ...
... moved his family in.
The tour had come to the end but before we left, Victoria gave us a quick lesson in “speaking with your hands”, a common practise that was no doubt taken from the Italian immigrants.
We left her a tip of 100 pesos and headed off in search of some lunch. We had read about Sipan, a Peruvian/Japanese fusion restaurant and found it on the corner of Florida and Paraguay (the streets!). It was about 3pm but being Argentina it was ...
... for a bottle, not a glass, and with a cork!) We tried it very hesitantly, but it was nice enough to stick with it.
The next Buenos Aires suburb to us has a famous graveyard, which is very much a city of the dead. Each mausoleum holds the whole family, some have built in chapels, and when the family dies off and no one pays the NZ$300 ...