After once more a good and on time flight with Aerolineas Argentinas.
This time I am flying from Bariloche to Buenos Aires AEP (Jorge Newbery Airport) on a Boeing 737-seven hundred reg LV-CSC (Sent to AR in 2012 and at first to Virgin Blue in 2001).
There was some reasonable turbulence alongside the flight which guide to getting the seat belt signs on until eventually we landed and prevented the cabin attendants from finding up the trash from the food services.
Due to that I experienced a 3.5 several hours layover I took gain to appreciate a quick stop by to San Telmo, a bohemian district in the south of the city.
I also liked a huge steak (colita de cuadril is the variety of meat) sandwich at El Desnivel, a easy but good steakhouse.
This place was not too very well acknowledged and was primarily visited by locals, until eventually it appeared in the late ´90s in the Lonely Planet manual. Following that it began to get a large amount of travellers and I’ve even found whole plane crews (at the time an Alitalia MD-11) ingesting there.
Following that you can see just a bit of San Telmo, the central square, the downtown and the nine de Julio Avenue.