Telmho Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were all set three course menus for a few pounds. We had some great food and even better coffee, then went for a walk through the nearby streets. Avenida de Mayo links the pink presidential palace (Casa Rosada) and Plaza de Mayo at one end with the national congress buildings (Palacio del Congreso) at the other and we managed to walk from one to the other in the fading sunlight before going back to the hostel and collapsing…and then getting roped into competing in a ...
... Aires and he suggested Gijon. This is a small traditional Spanish restaurant located in the Monserrat section of the city. This area is truly blue collared and very traditional as well as being a bit shabby. Again we knew that we would love it from the moment we arrived with Daniel on a Saturday afternoon. Small, loud, packed ( we had to wait for a table) old and cool without any effort of being so. The usual suspect are available ...
... seeing Leo Messi's face EVERYWHERE!
Weather is not very good, raining a bit and cloudy. Temperature is ok, around 18-20 degrees.
Arrival in the Hostel. Great feeling, everybody friendly. My room is cosy, small but with a big bed and a clean toilette. Good value for money and good to save some money before Brazil!
Love travelling - in 1h I met at least people from 10 different nationalities: Australia, Brazil, England, US, Spain, ...
... of every age tangoed the night away. We stayed until 3am, but were among the first to leave- in the city, even the old folks were just getting started at 3am.
We leave at 10pm tonight, and have spent the afternoon at their sad little zoo, which includes a polar bear sweating in the 95F heat. But since they´re the only animal that hunts humans for sport, he probably deserves it.
See you tomorrow when we ...
... street one of the main roads, to 9 de Julio street which has 16 lanes of traffic and is the busiest street in the city. At the end of this in the middle was the obelisque a very tall needle like monument a really famous landmark in BA. We had a look around comparing various tango shows as tonight we had organised in our little schedule that we want to see a tango show, a must thing to do whilst in Argentina. After looking at a few ...