Mirabaires Suites

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Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


On Friday we get into Buenos Aires (BA as it will be now known) and catch the subway to our hostel. The first place where the city is actually to big for us to walk from the bus terminal. We were struggling to find the subte station (subway) so we asked a policeman for directions -he did one better and walked us to the subte (my first police escort where I was not in trouble) and before saying good bye he warned us to look after our belongings. "It's a beautiful city, it's just not ...

6 Hot tips to Surviving in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by emezzy


... capitals) across your forehead. Similarly when you wear shorts, regardless of the near 100%25 humidity and balmy 36 degrees temperatures. Locals (especially females) do not wear shorts (my second tourist forehead stamp. The first, my topknot. Staying true to my Ezzy ways for you Collings, the topknot stays) or Haviana flip flops. Certainly, the iconic footwear of the western world. Argentina...mmmm unless it has a 2 inch heal, not so much (****, tourist stamp 3). My final piece ...

Colour, Dos, Traffic, Happy

A travel blog entry by emandscotty


... streets everywhere (particularly in Palermo but note even in the city) are lined with trees. The people are colourful and wonderful and I’m glad I didn’t come here single. I think. No just joking.

We have eaten our fair share of a cow in our first 3 nights here and tomorrow we go to La Cabrera which is apparently one of the best steak houses in Argentina (and I’m guessing the world given Arg is one of the biggest producers of ...

Buenos Aires - Day 1

A travel blog entry by gjhoy

Walking tour with Milhouse of Recoleta, where the rich live and the famous are buried. Its cemetery, plazas, shops and museums make it a tourist magnet. WALKING TOUR - Recoleto w/Milhouse Hostel 1) Recoleto - interesting architecture. - colonial - palaces when rich migrated higher because of yellow fever - park Hyatt - wealthy suburb (however 5th ave style shops all left GFC) Casa de las academies 2) Huge gum trees recoleto - monks bought trees from asia. 'Gomero' ...

'Best' Mojitos

A travel blog entry by bwendorff


... people and signs of the protesters. They had drums and were shooting off fireworks. Due to all the economic issues and highly disliked governing group, protests are very common. We received an email from the US Embassy informing us of the airline strike on Thursday. We just finished our lunch as a number of the protesters came into the restaurant to eat.
The afternoon was spent at the hotel listening to a presentation from Buscapé. It is an ...

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This condo, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, Opera Pampa, and El Centro.
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