Argenta Tower Hotel And Suites
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArgenta Tower Hotel And Suites Buenos Aires
On a lovely street and has beautiful architecture loved how it had a kitchen big, bed, rooms and bathroom.
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Huge city twice the size of Rio 20th largest city in the world nicked named "alpha city". Very classical had a lot of latin american architecture. Served a lot of french food and the staff were lovely. Can't believe the hotel I stayed in used to be a lighthouse and had better french toast than the french when I visited Paris.
... On exhibition, were official documents, photos, wardrobe and memorabilia of the enigma that was Eva!), the Jardin Japonés, a gift from the city's Japanese community, and a much deserved stop at the Tienda Cafe del Botanico, where we learnt that coffee was always served with a small glass of carbonated water and the most amazing dulce de leche-filled biscuits, the alfajores. We also had our first taste of Argentinian Paillada, the ...
... of school came and with all the anticipation of learning and speaking a new language came also a pretty big kink in my Spanish ego. After 3 years of university Spanish and 7 years of not speaking I thought I'd still be pretty OK. Well, rewind and rethink. I was put into one class after super beginner. Big sigh. I must admit they were right. The first ten minutes were really interesting and gave me loads of aha moments but after that the knowledge came back pretty fast and I couldn't ...
... to spur economic growth and to combat inflation. The rain continues to pound us as we drive to the symbol of Buenos Aires: The Obelisk. Valeria likens the obelisk to the Washington Monument. We turn onto the wide 16-lane boulevard, Av. 9 de Julio. Here we get our first look at the Obelisk. The Obelisco sits at the intersection of Avenida Corrientes and Av. 9 de Julio. It stands 220 feet (67 m) tall and was built in 1936 to commemorate the ...
... were gratefully received which was nice at least.
Every 5 mins or so a new tout would walk down the train with a once in a lifetime only offer to purchase essential life changing goods. For example, 4 packs of tissues, 2 colgate toothbrushes, 20 packs of chewing gum, 4 pens wrapped with an elastic band or a calendar the size of a business card (you couldn’t read it, but the tout wouldn't know, or care - he was blind). Occasionally the odd ...