Che Telmo Guest House

Address: Adolfo Alsina 492, 3 piso "C", Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1053, Argentina | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near El Querandi Tango Dinner Show, La Manzana de Las Luces, Paseo de la Costa, and Basilica y Convento de San Francisco.
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    The BA (the Big Arrival in Buenos Aires)

    A travel blog entry by josaphine.ford on May 07, 2015

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    ... t and that these happen often in Buenos Aires. I later found out that historically under the dictatorship rule noneone was allowed to protest, or if they did then it would mean they would be killed by the military for disturbing the peace. The present president, Cristina Fernadez over turned this rule when she came into power in 2010 stating that noone would ever be in trouble for expressing their views through a protest. It seems the locals have ...

    Tango in the Rain?

    A travel blog entry by z00dles on Jan 18, 2015

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    ... many unique things in our shopping... purses made from old records, hand-made leather goods and some amazing old antiques. The neighborhood has an artsy, bohemian feel, vaguely similar to Camden Market in London.
    On our return trip, coming up from the subway line, Linda felt someone bumping against her and mentioned it to me, upon turning, I noticed a young man with an umbrella passing by. Luckily, she keeps nothing of real value in her backpack, as ...

    San Telmo

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 04, 2014

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    ... by The Society of Jesus in 1608.

    As we neared San Telmo, more and more of the streets were cobbled and there were lots of antique shops and cafes as promised in the brochure. Plaza Dorrego was supposed to be a semipermanent antique fair, but a lot of the stalls seemed to be selling new nic-nacs.

    Down the street from the plaza was an ornate Iglesia de San Pedro González Telmo, which was originally built by ...

    Night Landing into Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by milady.r on Oct 17, 2014

    15 photos

    ... spray, and more in bathroom, sprucing up stalls between uses. So, kept to the tradition of changing shoes in bathroom from this time on. Walked in to find hostess being smooshed by MC, Monique, give us all a good kiss each on each cheek (should have been a clue but not yet to the fact found out later she is a French expat) and a long warm hug each before being excorted to our table close to the entrance back 3 rows! But, she was truly being very sweet to us. Nester and ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 12, 2014

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    Bright and sunny morning so stepped out in the centre and San Telmo, doing a few touristy bits and getting disappointed yet again on the bakery front – they had decided to take the day off!

    Luckily the covered market came up with the goods – OK bread, chillies and hot chilli powder. Food here is not spiced at all and they even use “aji, which in every other country means chilli, to mean peppers, “aji morron” ...