Tesorito Bed & Breakfast

Ecuador y Charcas, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1425, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, is near Palermo, El Ateneo, Avenida 9 de Julio, and San Telmo Antique Market.
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    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on May 03, 2014

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    ... tells us. What a shame too, to hear that on the first day and from a cop! Our hostel was easy to find, cheap and within walking distance to most of the tourist areas. It's just really quiet. We somehow keep picking hostels where no ones else is staying and I don't get why. They are rated in the top 10 on multiple sites and cheap! Vicki and I inquired about the free walking tours and were told the morning one leaves from the congress building at 10:30. Only a half dozen blocks from ...

    6 Hot tips to Surviving in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by emezzy on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... surrounded by party goers and local cafes pumping quite heavy tunes. As early afternoon approaches though, the tunes will change. Further, expect to see an increasing amount of people wearing their sunglasses. For the tourists, undoubtedly a large bottle of water will be in their hand too (Tourist stamp 4).  4.How could I write an entry on BA and not mention the food. Correcto, I could not. Eat Dulche de Leche (A rich caramel spread). Don't like it? Learn to love it. ...

    Yes, Dorothy, there are TORNADOS in Argentina too.

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 03, 2013

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    ... dotted the streets and sidewalks. A few large branches had fallen on cars, and at one point on the side if the main avenue, a whole tree uprooted and fallen over three parked cars. The majority of the street was free for traffic, and we moved quickly through the city. The driver said that in the hour that it rained the temperature had fallen to 24 degrees, a welcome reprieve.

    Finally reaching the highway, a spectacular sunset greeted us - no pictures were taken, this one ...

    Buenos Aires Day 3 - San Telmo and La Boca

    A travel blog entry by gjhoy on Nov 29, 2013

    ... crowd of hungry Argentines for the last twelve years, despite being in the world’s carnivore capital and, until recently in a discreet locale tucked away in the middle of a narrow San Telmo block. In a city where menu variety is often hard to come by, this daytime restaurant serves up innovative vegetarian food in a handsome little space with dark wood floors and exposed brick walls. Constructed in 1895, the building was once home to ...

    Buenos Aires: I Cry For Argentina

    A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Sep 13, 2013

    3 comments, 45 photos

    ... but it adds to its flavor. The bartenders and waiters wear black and white and lean on the bar like a gang of men up to no good. We sat inside and had beer and Chad’s local drink, Fernet & Coke, with a cheese and apparently horse sandwich. I was eating horse. I made our waiter act out the animal to make sure I wasn’t loosing something in translation. He insisted. I felt sad.

    But suddenly I ...