725 Continental Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member Reviews725 Continental Hotel Buenos Aires
A beautiful hotel. A lovely building. Rooms newly refurbished to a high standard. Public areas very good. Staff very friendly and helpful. Good value for money and in a very good location for sightseeing.
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Wednesday 12th August, Buenos Aires
We started with a bit of drama in Melbourne because Kate had a car breakdown on the way to the airport! She did however arrive in time for her flight... just! Irene, David, Marg, Peter, Lorraine, Rick and Wendy were more than delighted to see her arrive!!
After that little moment the trip was long but smooth, both in the air and on the ground with ...
Today we woke up and had a nice breakfast, scrambled eggs and a great coffee. Our number one priority is to wash our clothes today! Really running low. We have plans to go to Camillas house soon and see la Boca. When we arrived at Camillas we instantly felt comfortable and I really liked her. She is so friendly and down to earth and lovely. Her house was incredible. Top floor of a an apartment building in Recoleta with 5 bedrooms and multiple levels, and a balcony in the sun. We ...
... raider fans look like a bunch of pansies. After the game they release each team's fans separately to keep the fighting at a minimum. Final stop was in La Boca where we heard more history about how 30,000 people "disappeared" in the late '70s because they and their families and friends might have had some ideas about overthrowing yet another corrupt government at the time. The town of La Boca is pretty touristy. You can get your picture taken with ...
... an excavated fort that was built in 1765 and shows the relics and political history of Argentina. It has had a very checkered political past, the good times in 1920's, the depression, the military rule, neoliberalism and now hopefully some stability. We returned to the hotel and showered to cool down, packed our bags and then headed out for one last shop. We had a salad at the hotel again as they are very enjoyable. An early pickup tomorrow to go to the airport.
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