Tesorito Bed & Breakfast

Address: Ecuador 1250, 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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    A travel blog entry by consul10t on Mar 29, 2015

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    ... of wineries in the Tucuman-Salta area and we usually ordered a bottle of local wine for dinner. I found many of these wines to be quite drinkable, but - to my taste - I never found anything very spectacular or comparable to the best California or European wines. The Argentine taste seems to be toward the Malbec variety and blends thereof, which I find rather stringent tasting.

    Yerba Mate Culture:

    We noticed that everywhere in Argentina, people were ...

    Boatbus to Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by cgadams1947 on Jan 07, 2015

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    Early start this morning. On the ferry to Montevideo Uruguay across the Rio Plata leaves at 7.30. Very swanky actually. We had to put on plastic booties to protect the light blue carpeting! Smooth and fast ride. Once there caught tour bus for city tour. People on bus from Chile,Columbia,Argentina,Boliva,Brazil and Mozambique even. We are the only ones from US. Needless to say guide multilingual The country is small-only 4 million with half living in the city. It is very rundown ...

    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Oct 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and it was absolutely nothing like we expected. We had imagined a dark damp street with dodgy men in trench coats hidden in unseen alleys, hagged prostitutes lining the curbs plying their trade and kids high on drugs fighting each other over spilt empanadas. That was our criminal dream. In reality the street was actually very nice. It was the mainest widest pedestrianised high street in Buenos Aries. All the usual shops you'd expect to find in a city - clothes shops, ...

    BUENOS. AIRES. Day. 1

    A travel blog entry by millsie09 on Sep 25, 2014

    2 photos

    ... with dancers. Back at lunch time, free time so walked the city blocks. Found a little Restsurant with lots of locals, they couldn't speak English but who cares. Thought I 'd ordered a glass of Red with Lunch but terned out to be a bottle, Lee doesn't drink Red so I had to do the job. Not bad at all so didn't mind. ****** down rain on the way back, wet but who gives a f.f. Bought ...

    Europe in Latin America...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 12, 2014

    5 comments, 34 photos

    ... Chinese folks to an English speaking American Jewish guy. Jonathan still cannot get over the idea that Chinese people can even speak Spanish, let alone with a strong Italian flair as is the case only here in BA.

    On our way back to the apartment, we searched for a camping store to purchase a new money belt for Jonathan, as on his, the zippers were busted after carrying around literally millions of deflated pesos of all sorts. Our hosts Claudia and Fernando had each drawn ...