Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Threw it down overnight but despite that, frequent stops and
selfish bus mates, did manage a few winks. Got to Mar del Plata at 9.45 am
after ***** coffee and alfajor for breakfast – give the weather and bank
holiday, decided to skip straight out of town and to BA. Managed, by the skin
of my teeth, to get on a non-stop bus to BA at 10am – didn’t have time for a
decent cup but at least the stuff on this bus was a slight improvement.
... cooked meal (prepared by yours truly!) at Casey's request after eating out relatively often in the past week. We had a few beers at the bar, before Casey went to bed and I went out to explore the vibrant nightlife of Buenos Aires (Palermo) with Ronan and Tony - the Argentinian nightlife doesn't start until at least 2am, which perhaps explains the large siesta that they have!
We had a moderately lazy morning (necessary for me!), before heading just down the road to the FANTASTIC ...
... of course, for an important goal, they celebrate launching all these papers in the air and taking off their jackets to show the CAI shirt (la camiseta in espagnol)! The majority of them have also a flag. Long story short, when the team scores the stadium change colors to full local team colors, for CAI red and white.
This is already quite unique but, for the “back-to-first-division-goal̶ 1; (the 2-1) they started singing sooo loud their song: “Yo soy ...
... continued lookin through the market with them.We wanted to go and watch river plate play soccer against a local rival team but we were too late getting tickets. The boys were with 2 american girls they had met previously, one of who now lives in buenos aires and was able to recommend a steak house. There was also a list in our hostel recommending the best steak houses in buenos aires and we picked number 3 due to it's close proximity to the hostel.
Last night was my favourite night in Argentina so far! Marcos took me to his friends BBQ. In Argentina they call it an 'Asado'. It's a smoky fire BBQ which is a metre and a half long (the slab of meat being the same size) we all chuck in 50 pesos (about 10 bucks) and eat and drink for hours. I ate the best chorizo I have ever had!!! I'm loving that in ...