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, Rocsen Museum, and Quebrada del Rio Condorito (Condorito River's Gorge).
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      On the Road again

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Mar 10, 2015

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      On the road again.... Well after our stop in Buenos Aires we now embark on the next leg of our trip towards Patagonia. We wanted to start packing the truck at 6 this morning and since I'm in the cook group, that meant we had to get all the food organized too. We managed to leave just before 6:30 and beat the morning rush hour traffic. The scenery was similar to the Pantanal. The land was quite flat ...

      50 Degrees Difference

      A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 07, 2015


      ... have a flight in the morning. This was not my original plan, I like staying somewhere minimum 2 nights, especially after a long ass flight. However, logistics didn't allow for this as flight times/prices and hotel availability on the next leg dictated only one night. But I am not too worried as I have been to Buenos Aires before and will be staying a few nights at the end of my trip before heading home.

      Wow, the internet is painfully ...

      Palermo district

      A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Feb 06, 2015

      12 photos

      ... be run over by two motor bikes. Motor bikes have their own set of rules, they run red lights, go down pedestrian malls and blow there horn at you if you are in their way, go the wrong way up one way streets etc. and we think push bikes are bad. Ben thought earlier that day it would be fun to hire bikes to ride around, I told him I didn't fancy dying in Buenos Aires. Then, we came across a little corner cafe (Al Shark) that had Lebanese cuisine. We ...

      The Big BA

      A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Aug 03, 2014

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      Despite the efforts of the Rio marathon and an epic rainstorm, I managed the should be twenty minute journey across town in an hour and a half, and made the bus to popular border crossing point Foz de Iguacu. The only memorable event of this journey was a middle aged bloke getting on and giving what seemed like a dramatic performance, ending with some crying in an attempt to extort funds. Given that I couldnīt understand a word I cannot really say if this was genuine ...

      Back on Land

      A travel blog entry by evershed on Mar 14, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... sleep and of course eat. Once we reach Buenos Aires we will have only one night before flying to Ecuador. The news of the Malaysian plane which has disappeared is quite alarming. It seems incredible that there appears to be no trace of it after so long.
      Tuesday 11 March
      Last night was the roughest we have experienced. We passed through a low pressure system which caused a lot of rocking and rolling and bangs as the ship hit the swell. It ...