What more could you get from an avenue that offers all the above and more. There are many nice budget hotels of which I stayed at one. There are lots of restaurants (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and even a McDonalds for the kids and a Subway sandwich shop for a quick bite.
My first night, heard a commotion outside my balcony and there was a peaceful demonstration (city-wide as well), the next night the Boy and Girl Scouts marched down the avenue after a rally at the BA Metropolitan Cathedral, and on the third day there was a variety of free Syrian music, food and handcrafts for sale, and even some tango dancing was thrown in gratis (most of the avenue was closed to vehicles). I think this was one of the many Sunday festivals sponsored by the city of Buenos Aires government - thanks BA.
Wow, what a great place to hang out during the day and at night.
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