Torrecillas SOHO Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTorrecillas SOHO Hotel & Spa Buenos Aires
Clean, Bright, and super friendly staff. Perfect to explore this awesome city.
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... who fancied himself with the ladies. It was yet another great night in yet another Buenos Aires club that I can't either remember the name of or explain. I was reminded on the next morning of a terrible line that had been used in conjunction with a guy called Daley from Ipswich who I'd met on Monday's La Boca tour. Let's just say that it involved us introducing ourselves to the nurses as 'Tom Daley'. Far too many pints of Quilmes is the only excuse I could ...
... the information desk, to see if we could get on a different flight to get us back to nyc on time. We met a guy, Will, a musician from NYC who was in the same position as us, so we teamed up (his gf was argeninian which helped immensely) We waited, put our names on a list, and waited, and got told to wait so we waited some more, until at the very last minute, got told that the 3 of us had just taken the last 3 spots on the plane.
Off to miami we ...
... glamour was interesting, the people all friendly and the stroll around the quirky shops and old market was great.
(As an aside, one thing that strikes us in Buenos Aires, but is not mentioned in any of the guide books, is the sheer quantity of dog poo, which means that treading the pavements is ...
... found out, but it was great that we were able to laugh at our communication skills to one another. It only took about twenty minutes before the dictionary came out. Although it was quite comical, it was also very nerve-wracking at the same time. I had to really think before I spoke, and even though I have taken spanish courses for four years, I wasn't able to say everything that I wanted. I spoke extremely slow because my brain gears are not fine tuned yet, and Mavi ...
... people. Another Malay guy and a Swedish couple who seemed to be nocturnal. One of challenges adapting to hostel life was worrying about opening noisy lockers and waking people up. My thoughts now are if they are going to sleep firing the day that's their problem. Some of them not so considerate upon their drunken arrival at 5am. The last three nights I stayed at Reina Madre Hostel with friend Vicky I met in Mendoza. It was ...