Cambremon Hotel

Address: Suipacha 30 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1008AAB, Argentina | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Cafe Tortoni, Floralis Generica, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, and Cabildo.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Day 74

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 16, 2015

... returning to Buenos Aires at 7am the next morning and he was doing all of that just to say he had been to Uruguay. What he was thinking I will never know. He wouldn't have even been able to visit the city he would've just had to stay at the ferry terminal. The image of Ed sitting on a white plastic deck chair outside a ****** cafe in the Montevideo Ferry terminal slugging a bottle of beer after spending a total sum of $400 had me and Gilly wetting ourselves and ...

Steak, Malbec and Tango!

A travel blog entry by laura.kingston on Mar 25, 2015

32 photos

... now? If so stop me!) Needless to say steak was on the menu that lunch time also.

That evening we found a Tango Show at Café Tortoni, which is Parisian style coffeehouse that has been around since 1880, and they have a basement in which their tango shows are performed. The Tango was very good, there was a bit of a strange storyline where the scene opened in what looked like a brothel, but other than that the dancing ...

A few days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Jan 04, 2015

13 comments, 7 photos

... much more affordable. Street Art - Is everywhere and incredible, a completely different style to Bristol, some streets look like they are pages from a story book. San Telmo/Defensa Sunday market - The longest market street I have ever seen (maybe 2 miles), truly amazing and absolutely stuffed with colours, music, smells and people of a multitude of backgrounds and nationalities making, cooking, selling and playing all you could imagine and ...

City Tour of Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 03, 2014

16 photos

... protesting when their sons ‘disappeared’ during the ‘Dirty War’ under the Argentine military dictatorship (during the whole ‘war’ over 30,000 went missing). At the time gatherings of more than 3 people were not allowed, and the first time the women met to protest a policeman didn't throw them directly to jail, but advised they would need to leave right away. Instead, they split their group into 3s and started walking around the plaza. They have done ...

The Ten Ways Buenos Aires Will Steal Your Heart

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Sep 20, 2014

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... it does sound a little snobby, but I promise it's fun! It's making us appreciate our wines a lot more and get more from each new bottle.

The feeling it could all fall apart any moment, but it doesn't
There are 30 protests per week in Buenos Aires. Seriously, 30 a week. How does a city even function like that? That kind of civil unrest is totally unheard of in Australia. If there were 30 protests in a week in a city back home, it was be the heralding of the ...