B&B Tango & Bandoneon

San Jose 574, Barrio San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, El Viejo Almacen, and Avenida de Mayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires - king of steakhouses

    A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Apr 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... show. The cafe is the oldest in BA and we were sat in a very small theatre to listen to singing and dancing. The show didn't start until 11pm which seems pretty usual here- the restaurants don't open until 8pm so we're having to be a bit less greedy for our dinners! A real highlight amazingly was the Recoleta cemetery. This is in a rich part of town and contains the mausoleums of families dating back to the late eighteen hundreds. The buildings were big and very grand as clearly ...

    Do we wait for our bags, or not?

    A travel blog entry by nate-n-amy on Jan 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... trip), we are through...to passport control. Yet another line, and we can hear our blood pumping in our ears at this point. The line proceeds relatively briskly until we get to the front and then...nothing. They have about 8 officers on duty, but nothing is happening. Two of them are staring into space and the rest of them seem to be discussing family history with the people they are helping or picking at their nails. Finally we are called ...

    Markets and music, a lovely day!

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 16, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... but there are many one way streets, but no signs to say this is a one way street. There are lines to mark the lanes but the cars switch from lane to lane with what seems like little thought and often what should be two lanes becomes three as one car will drive on the centre line. There are many small motorcycles also, and they will rides in and out of traffic, along the lines and even up onto the sidewalk if they want to. It seems like chaos ...

    Waiting and walking and BOWLING

    A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Aug 10, 2013

    44 photos

    ... was a super small version of what reminded me of the Vietnam memorial in DC. Immigrations was impossibly long. We waited forever. And naturally, I took the back of the line so everyone could go ahead. We waited for EVER. Really though. We had to do fingerprints, go wait, go up to another window, wait, go back, go wait, go pay, go back, wait, and thennnn we were given our TEMPORARY visas. We have to get the real one in twenty days. Oh, how I look forward to ...

    Day 1 is Finally Here

    A travel blog entry by daveserrao on May 07, 2013

    2 photos

    ... worse. But it doesn't make this any less rewarding. Today we sanded walls, sanded metal doors and frames and moved garbage and belongings to prepare for some big site changes. My site only has 6 of the HH team with the other 8 with another family site. HH is a Christian foundation in Argentina so both families were found by the church. The house we are building needs to add two rooms to the back of it, but the old house, build by the mother's father ...