Along the way we got to see some beautiful buildings. Some of them reminded me of the buildings I’d seen while driving through Miami Beach, Florida when I was in my late teens/early 20s. I had this cheese face smile the whole ride to the hotel. Buenos Aires may not have been home, but it sure felt like it. The whole cab ride cost us 30 pesos (5.29 in USD).
Our check-in at Hotel Mundial was at 3:00 pm but we had arrived in Buenos Aires at 11:00 a.m. We didn’t want to walk around the city with our bulky luggage, so we went into the hotel and asked them if we could check in early. Fortunately, they said yes!
We eventually made it to a port called “Puerto Madero". There were boats, cannons, bridges and water. We even got to sit with a statue of Carlos Gardel, a famous singer in Argentina.
We may have also spotted Wall-E in the water... but we're not sure. You decide. We decided to continue exploring the city, and it was just spectacular!
So, what could have made this experience even better? A TGIF restaurant… and we’d just spotted one.