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Yes, you've found it, the definitive place for the Buenos Aires Hash House Harriers, a drinking club, with a running problem. Take a look around, see what you like, and hopefully come and join us for a run/walk/drink, whatever your fancy may be. We don't bite, well, maybe one or two might, but don't let that put you off. Hashes take place every two weeks, usually on a Sunday, so check out the Next Run details, and come along... ON ON

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Hash #608, SATURDAY 19th October 2013, The Palermo just-for-a-change Pre-Mother's Day Hash


Welcome to SATURDAY'S Hash!

Yes, this week we are heading out on Saturday afternoon so that the Argentines among us can spend the Sunday spoiling their mums.  So prepare yourself for a SATURDAY afternoon of hashing amongst the tree-lined boulevards of Palermo's parks and ending up at the newest of the Temple Bars in the heart of Soho for food for those who want.  So put away any jaded thoughts or your hashed-there-seen-that attitude, and…. ON ON


Sí, leíste bien! Esta semana salimos el sábado por la tarde para que los argentinos entre nosotros puedan pasar el domingo con sus mamis.  Así que preparate por un sábado de hashing entre las avenidas arboladas de los parques de Palermo que termina en el nuevo Temple Bar al corazón de Palermo Soho. Ahí, los que quieren comer, pueden.  Así que para de pensar que ya hemos hecho hashes suficientes en Palermo y…. ON ON


Now … ON ON to the more important info:

WHEN: Saturday 19 October - 16:00 for 16:30 start

HARES: Just Tina, the Excavator, Anal Friendly and Chorizo Lover

WHERE:  Armenia 1900, on the corner of Nicaragua, Palermo. On the corner of the Plaza there

WHAT TO BRING: Beer Mug, Hash fee of AR$20, Suncream/ hat for those of a burning disposition


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BY CAR: It's on Armenia/Nicaragua in Palermo - Google is your friend.! Anyway, if you are coming by car, then get to Santa Fe, and using the wonderful one way system in Palermo, and the map above, you should be able to find it with ease. There are plenty of buses that use Santa Fe as well, heading to Plaza Italia, again, if you arrive there, check the map, it's only a short walk.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: The Subte Line D is your best bet (if it's working) by Public Transport, with Scalabrini Ortiz Station being your target. One up into daylight. you are on Av. Santa Fe. Walk 2 blocks on Santa Fe, in the direction the train was going if you coming from the city, and turn onto Armenia. Walk down Armenia, crossing Guemes first, and 5 blocks brings you directly to the corner of Nicaragua.

ANY PROBLEMS please contact:

Mary/ Chorizo Lover: 11 4401-2506
Grisel/ The Excavator: 11 6168-9501
Just Tina - 11 2053-1923

Please note, this is a A-B hash. The route won't be going back past the start point, although they are fairly close to each other.

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