Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Nach unserem ersten Stopp in Chile wurde es Zeit das Land zu wechseln. Dazu flogen wir von Santiago nach Buenos Aires. Nach einer doch recht spektakulären Taxifahrt kamen wir in unserem kleinen, aber netten Hotel am Plaza Dorrego in San Telmo an. Nach dem ersten Tag zu Fuß wurde auch uns klar: Buenos Aires ist sehr weitläufig und zu Fuß kommt man …
... We realised we were running late so we caught a cab, assembled the crew and went to the cemetary in recolleta. It is a very wealthy cemetary and is the place where many famous argentinians are buried. It is really not a regular cemetary. The graves are like mini houses, amd may of these little houses, house the remains of full families! There are also a huge bunch of stray cats that run around and sit near the graves. Some people say they are ...
... food was amazing! Next to us on our table there was also the cutest 15 month old baby who entertained us as much as the show - he was the most hilarious happiest baby ever! After lunch we went outside to watch the horse show, where the riders from the ranch raced the horses and managed to catch tiny rings on sticks jousting-style on sticks whilst they rode past at high speed, it was mental! Of course after the show it was time to eat again, and we were given sweet and savoury ...
... patch of sun in the yard and ate our snack. After that I wanted to meditate and do my yoga sadhna so Nana, Ndidi and I walked towards the stage but it looked so shady and cold over there so we just stopped and sat in the last bit of sunlight to meditate. It was really nice- when I opened my eyes at the end the world was so beautiful- the sun was shining through my eyelashes and the grass was so bright and green. I wanted to do my yoga practice next but we wanted to practice ...
... walk through the streets and parks of the beautiful neighborhood of Palermo and went to a couple of the many pictoresque cafes, bars and restaurants of San Telmo, some of them adorned with the ubiquitous Maradona godlike giant picture.
Buenos Aires is a nice city, but now it's time to go to a place a little less populated and a bit more out of the way: Patagonia. We will begin our long journey to the south with a twenty-hours bus ride to Puerto Madryn and Peninsula Valdes. We'll see how far we'll ...