BEST WESTERN Central Hotel

Junin 357, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1026ABG, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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The Ronalds South American Birthday Adventure

A travel blog entry by rhondar

4

... lunch or dinner. We finally landed in Buenos Aires, Argentina which was 23 hours after we boarded in Sydney. Getting through immigration and customs was easy although we had been called up in both Sydney and Santiago to show that we had paid our Argentinian reciprocity fee. (We had). The consequence can result in being sent home on the next plane. Buenos Aires is a nice clean city. Flying in, we could see lots of trees around the houses and swimming pools ...

La Bombonera

A travel blog entry by danarol

23

... outcome". So with a deep breath of common sense, we shared a bottle of beer and played a few clips of the Boca fans singing to get us in the mood - not that we needed it - and got a taxi to get as close to the ground as we could. Our taxi driver was a Boca fan and as the subject of football is one we are best at discussing in Spanish we had a good laugh and he wished us well for the game. We purposely arrived around 3 hours before kick off to get our bearings of the area and stadium, ...

Staying on a (Hare Krishner) Eco Yoga Park

A travel blog entry by nicolelass

2

... the hard yakka (one employed local, and the volunteers). My first day I was shovelling cow **** in to a wheel barrow and plowing it in to the soil for hours, leaving me with blisters on my hands and dead weight for arms.

So perhaps you can see why I feel a little bit deceived? Or maybe I just can't deal with hard, physical work.

Anyway, as a way of encouraging myself to stop ...

Laugh at the stupid stuff

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich

... site, and right next to the amazing cathedral that I loved so much. When we got out of the subway, we heard music coming from around the corner and we followed it to find a huge Colombian festival. Yes, Colombian. Not Argentinian. But there was a sign that read 'buenos aires celebra' so it was cool to see how integrated Argentina and this city is. There were a myriad of booths with a bunch of food and souvenirs and everything. Everything smelled heavenly; I guess it ...

The Arrival (very clever this title)

A travel blog entry by rurubeer

5

... was plastic wrapped in CPT for safety) but was given a scary looking pocket knife instead (very chill indeed, this baggage check place). Opened my bag, while some woman was shouting at an official for wanting to open her bag, plonked it on a trolley and off I went.
Before entering the airport there were a few stands selling bus tickets, and I needed to get to the city center. Luckily, the friendly man on the plane next to me, mentioned "Manuel ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the C3 area of Buenos Aires, is near Sabor a Tango, Plaza San Martin, Congreso, and Banco de la Nacion Argentina.
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