Lodging, Food and Volunteering
Danta Corcovado Lodge Apdo. 83-8203 Puerto Jiménez, Golfito, Costa Rica Tel: (506) 2735 1111, Tel/Fax: (506) 2735 1212 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.dantacorcovado.net/
Plus Florence Hostel Via Santa Caterina D'Alessandria, 15 Florence, FI, 50129 Italy Tel: +39 055 462 8934 www.plusflorence.com
Appretivo Dinner: Colle Bereto Piazza degli Strozzi, 5 (+39) 055 283156
Mercato Centrale: Perini Delicatessen Ask for Andrea! He makes the best sandwiches Open Mon–Fri 7 a.m.–2 p.m.
Lodging and Volunteering
America Del Sur Hostel Chacabuco 718, San Telmo http://www.americahostel.com.ar/
The #8 bus goes from the airport to downtown Buenos Aires. It's only two pesos (about 80 cents), but it's a two-hour ride. Cab rides cost $25 and take about 25 minutes.
Pizza Las Cuartetas -- considered by some to be the best pizza in Argentina. A slice will cost about $1 US. Correintes 838, Buenos Aires
Empanadas El Sanjuaninio -- just minutes from Recoleta Cemetery, this restaurant is famous for its empanadas. Pasadas 1515, Recoleta
Ice Cream Freddo's -- Freddo's is a chain of ice cream shops you can find throughout Buenos Aires.
Activities & Sites
Tango Lessons Tango lessons took place at the America Del Sur hostel, taught by instructor Vivianna Parra.
The Casa Rosada -- This is Argentina's presidential palace, it's version of the White House.
The Obelisk -- In the center of Buenos Aires stands the Obelisk, similar to the Washington Monument. It was built in 1936 to commerorate the 400th anniversary of the Spanish settling in Argentina.
Recoleta Cemetary -- This is Buenos Aires' most popular tourist destination. Argentina's most famous leaders, artists and businessman are interred here in spectacularly large and ornate crypts.