Hotel Mayo

Address: La Rioja 2552, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 7600, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B is located on La Rioja 2552, Buenos Aires.
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A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Mar 19, 2014

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... up in a security threat to the Pink House (the Argentine SWAT team is way more intimidating than ours..) walked around Puerto Madero, visited La Recoleta (impressive cemetery where important Argentines -Eva Peron- are buried), almost got run over by a bus, and went to the discoooo.

It was everything you'd expect of Buenos Aires and nothing you'd expect of Argentina. I suppose that is what is at the root of my problem with this ...

NW Argentina-back to Baires

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Mar 02, 2014

... us to climb it.Nadi is an acrobat (amazing body)so she is very flexible. Driving again.Beautiful picturesque views..Buying grapes from local lady..the best and cheapest i ever had.Yummyyyy...Life is great! Stopping at the cliff.Sitting.Absorbing.Ajajaj.Love the moment of sharing.It is all about sharing. Vnimam nasi blizkost a sdileni.Silne si uvedomuji,ze zivot je o sdileni,o prozivani a o kamaradatvi tez.Akceptovani sebe i ostatnich.Svoboda.Vzajemne ...

Living La Vida Boca

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Oct 18, 2013

... adventure for us than walking around it. We didn't have much time, so we decided to take a taxi. The place where all the tourists go is called Caminito ("little way"). After a short wait, we were finally able to flag a taxi down. We worked through the language barrier to communicate our destination, then we were off. When the driver pulled back into traffic, he bounced the car off the curb. That didn't instill much confidence in me, which turned out to ...

Belly Full of Argentina!

A travel blog entry by roryandshelley on Mar 05, 2013

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... would be the high rises of the cemetery town!
Our next stop was to ‘El Ateneo’, an old theatre that had been renovated and then converted into a book store. It still holds the grandeur of a theatre and you can have coffee and cake on the stage. This was just a quick stop before we took the Subte (underground) to Palermo. We found a restaurant that had been recommended to us, but because it was only 7pm, it was way too early to eat. We decided to stroll around the ...

Down time

A travel blog entry by graybean on Sep 10, 2012

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... place in Islington.

The whole area was situated in a forest which spread out all the way to the sea. Local houses were either shaped liked triangles or log cabins, it looked strange but it worked. (Just like Stuey or a Richard Markz)

On one of the long walks back from town; tired we hired some bikes. Our lack of Spanish and the owners lack of English worked well as we walked out with two bikes for a good price and no brakes. The ...