Hotel Bristol Buenos Aires

Cerrito 286, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1010, Argentina | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Cornflakes and red doors

A travel blog entry by hazeange

So breakfast at the hostel wasn't great, I think Jt's words were "continental breakfast?" Not sure what continents this is made up from... I was happy to see cornflakes tbh but that and toast was pretty much it. Found a great local coffee place, would rival any oz barista. Today we joined an organised walking tour put on by the hostel, it was ok. Headed out with a group and took a bus to palmero- a suburb of ...

El Tigre, Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by nderakshan

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A tourist hub about an hour train ride from BA, El Tigre is characterised by its network of rivers and canals. Numerous tour operators give boat rides that cruise through the rivers/canals. There is also a huge theme park here, but my friends and I weren't really in the mood for roller coasters. Instead we took a boat ride, had some lunch and headed back to ...

El Aeropuerto

A travel blog entry by nelsons

The flight from New York to Buenos Aires was SO long. I met a lady on the plane named Christina. She spoke spanish and was about 55 years old. She was talking to me for much of the flight. When we got to Buenos Aires, I had NO idea where to go, what to do, so her and I stayed together and she helped me find my way (and I helped her read the signs because she couldn't see very well) ...

Day 117 - Buenos Aires - Dodgy dealings and Evita

A travel blog entry by neensandpete

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... huge antiques market. We walked through the very busy market and up to Plaza de Mayo. In this plaza is Casa Rosada (the presidential offices and also the balcony from which Eva Peron once stood, and hence Madonna for the film Evita). From there we walked to Florida Street which we were told about by fellow travellers in Patagonia as a good place to exchange US dollars on the blue ...

A long weekend in the city

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

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... celebrate the immaculate conception, and everyone puts up their trees. The country is catholic, Martin explains that few Protestant religions are present, and those that are are considered cults.

The main square in this neighbourhood was packed with stalls filled with antiques - they just went on and on - I could have spent a week wandering this market and feel I still would not have seen everything. The streets in ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Teatro Colon, Recoleta, Palermo Viejo, and Torre Massué.
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