Flores del Sol B&B

Address: Olegario Andrade 600, San Isidro, Capital Federal District, 1641, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B, located on Olegario Andrade 600, San Isidro, is near Parque de la Costa, Tierra Santa, Quebrada del Rio Condorito (Condorito River's Gorge), and Rocsen Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from San Isidro

    Day 4: Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Jul 04, 2015

    WE DID: - coffee and pastries at Cafe Tortoni. - Some how managed to squeeze on to a tour around Casa Rosada - including standing on the balcony (famous for Eva Person) and entering the president's office (the day before the general election). - watched the heartbreaking final of the Copa America in a local bar. Argentina lost to Chile on penalties ...

    Wonder and beauty and joy

    A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Jun 12, 2015

    60 photos

    ... table, trying to understand their conversation, which didn't really help. Then Marcos came over and talked to me for a bit, more slowly. One on one convo is so much easier for me. We exchanged numbers so he can practice his English and I can practice my Portuguese. After Marcos left, Vincent and Jorge and I set off for some beach hopping. I put on my bathing suit, thinking maybe it would be warm enough to go in the water. Ha. We went to one beach where the guys talked to ...

    From falls to city life...

    A travel blog entry by hwmorgan on Feb 22, 2015

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... The sun was shining and it became swiftly apparent that the mullet is still a prominent hair cut. Rach if you are reading this, please note I have no desire to have my hair cut in this classic style* and have not spent any time Googling what the Spanish is for Mullet. Before I continue with the story of our elongated stay in BA it is important to explain a few events that have shaped our stay in the city. First up, we are awaiting on the arrival of a replacement bank card ...

    Day 3 and 4 in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Nov 08, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... poor local people are buried next to the old trainrailway of Boca.

    After a nice lunch we wentin the afternoon back to the city to the district San Telmo. Here we
    went to the biggest street market we ever have seen, which is theSunday Feria. This was a very funny musical experience. Funny as many adults on the Plaza Dorrega were dressed up as historical persons,figures of fairy tails etc. ...

    The Paris of The South Day 2

    A travel blog entry by kerry.lints on Aug 21, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... as nothing starts in the city to well after that time), it is cooler in the mid 20's, we thought the parks would be a good place to start. Heaps of monuments, statues and artwork are in every park in Buenos Aires, you don't know half of what any represent as it is all in spanish but it looks great. The Argentinians are very proud people of their country and culture we really could learn alot from them, they often have so little but they are appreciative of who ...