Belgrano BE052

Address: 337 ciudad de la paz, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by adamclairewebs on Dec 25, 2014

8 photos

... based dishes with some local delicacies included too... and much to my delight, a whole buffet of festive puddings! This morning we woke when it was already well into Christmas Day in the UK and so had a Skype call with our family in the morning. Adam's brother is with his fiancé in Singapore, but we managed to arrange a (relatively successful) call across multiple time zones and four different locations and ...

Tango in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 05, 2014

14 photos

... the nation and also some of the international communities. The museum wasn't very clear about what happened after her early death though. It seems that Perón went into exile in Spain and Evita's dead body was mutilated and buried in Italy by the military dictatorship. The body has since been returned to Argentina and buried in her family mausoleum in Recoleta. Evita still remains an icon for the country although there is still debate about the country never ...

Having a ball in Buenos Aires!

A travel blog entry by lct570 on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 60 photos

... man with lungs 10x the size of Michael Buble's! So good. And there was a 25 peso (£1) sandwich available which Peter talked about for a few days after! On one of the sunniest days, we jumped on the tube and headed over to the Palermo neighbourhood which has loads of bars, restaurants and huge parks. We found a Japanese Garden which cost 30 pesos to get in (we weren't going to pay until we realised it was basically the cost of a chocolate bar at home) and we're glad we ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 22, 2014

... to sell them on the black
market (called blue here!), if you don’t know a local who wants some, is to
head to Florida Street and brave the touts every few feet shouting “cambio”.
Using them is not recommended but when you get 50% more than the official rate,
it makes a world of difference. Did some research and found ...

Tango and No Cash

A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Apr 29, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... levels through a series of middle men. Argentina at its corrupt best. 'I'm not paying that for a ticket' says a defiant Karen. 'There must be another way to get in' I say, always the optimist. The next day we visit the presidents pink house (Casa Rosada) and parliamentary buildings before stumbling across a tango studio offering a 3 hour lesson for 80 pesos (roughly 7 quid). Neither of us being dancers of any kind, we are both slightly ...