Caseron Porteno B&B

Address: Ciudad de la Paz 344, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1426AGF, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Nov 23, 2014

      I had a walk up to Florida this morning and witnessed a robbery on some tourists. I saw two fat guys try the 'mustard trick' scam where they spray some foul-smelling liquid on some unsuspecting tourists and help them clean it off, whilst distracting them and stealing their belongings. I saw it happening and one of the muggers saw me watching and walked towards me, attempting to block my view. He then produced a map and asked me in ...

      The Capital City of Argentina

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Jul 19, 2014

      ... the same way in European countries. Walking around Buenos Aires We arrived on Saturday morning so Hernan is free to take us out. His house is situated in the neighborhood of San Cristobal, which according to him, can be pretty dodgy. We didn't felt that way, it seems to be a safe and relaxed neighborhood. We asked him to take us to some places not touristic as we would be able to figure out the touristic ones ourselves when he is at work. He gave us a tour ...

      My First Birthday With A Scarf

      A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Jul 16, 2014

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      ... to directly resorting to Google Translate (which isn’t available while hiking the mountains of Patagonia for example), I make an attempt to explain the unknown word using ones that I do know. This can sometimes lead to a detoured conversation that ends with confused laughter, but one way or another the idea gets through, and more often than not I end up learning a new word.

      Living in South America for the past 6 ...

      Emily.... Where are you?

      A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... and everything needs a good paint job. After the main shopping area and pink palace we attempted to order lunch. Thanks to some pointing and broken English we pretty much got what we thought we had ordered. The highlight was the empanada which is the Spanish equivalent of a mince pie. Absolutely delicious and I think we will have to try a few over the next few weeks. Lunch was more successful than our drinks orders for morning tea. I did get a soy latte but the soy was sweetened ...

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      A travel blog entry by adamthrock on Jan 06, 2014

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      ... and actual sports bar with a lot of rock and roll posters and a computer jukebox that anyone could play. They found the game for us and put it on the large screen at the end of the bar. There is where the real fun began as there was a very large Brazilian with his son at the bar. The older gentleman could speak Spanish and English as well as Portuguese. His son could barely speak either English or Spanish. The three bar staff could speak decent English. So, ...