Aspen Towers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... team at the mere mention of our predicament. Not here. The hotel staff seemed to think it was highly likely that someone between Lima and Buenos Aires had tampered with the lock and consequently wasted no time in getting to work with a large hammer and a chisel. Within minutes, the lock was bust, the bag was totally undamaged and I was free to brush my teeth and slip into bed.
Next morning the streets of BA were dazzling in sunshine and after ...
... profusion of angel statues watching over the tombs of presidents, statesmen, nobel laureates... and Evita! Highlights of the rest of the stay were: Eating at 'La Americana' Restaurant, famed for empanadas 'Stravaganza Tango' Show at the Broadway Theatre - great dancing, edgy and avant garde Great shopping in Avenida Florida: leather wares, inca rose jewelry.. Funeral of Argentine Rock legend, Gustavo Cerati which was front page ...
... on Saturday night we "predrinked" until 4am - which seems to be totally acceptable and normal here. Despite the excessive partying I still managed to get some culture in - especially when everyone in my hostel left leaving me the only resident in a 110 bed house! From Friday to Sunday I pretty much just explored the city a little - parks (amazing parks), shops, markets etc. On Monday I decided it was time to get some real culture ...
... a glorious day. It is Kim’s birthday and we are celebrating her getting one year older by heading out to a Cemetery… The Cemeterio de la Recoleta is world famous as being stunningly beautiful, a major tourist attraction being home to Eva Peron and a surprisingly good spot to take neat photos. We caught the bus close to entrance and walked the pretty tree lined streets, before entering the vast cemetery. The rumours did not disappoint, as ...
Another (quite) smooth 2 hour flight took us to Buenos Aires. For some reason I feel quite nervous when I am arriving into the big cities, not knowing what to expect, stories (good and bad) I've been told, "advice" I've been given... There are many districts in BA, a bit like in London. We decided to stay in San Telmo for the first few nights. This is the bohemian district, and is right near the centre. We also decided to stay in our first hostel. As Gareth was due ...