C'Chic Hotel Boutique

Pringles 1286/88, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1183AEX, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the C5 area of Buenos Aires, is near Museo de los Ninos, Avenida 9 de Julio, Chinatown, and Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales (MACN).
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 25, 2014

    ... br> were having a one day strike and the office was closed all day – finally defeated
    at the last hurdle!

    Gave up on got on with finally changing some money – had settled
    on the guy in the wheelchair who came recommended and he offered me a better
    rate today than previously 12.20 rather than 12 – official rate about 8.2. Did
    the deal in the open, with him giving me the pesos first, then me handing over
    the US$ - he had an aide loitering nearby ...

    Day 2 - Buenos Aires (Arrival & Tango)

    A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... it.

    Just finished the lesson! What a truly fantastic experience!!!! And I end-up completing the final dance without mistakes... already in love with Tango!!! Antonio el tanguero! ahah.
    Tango is like a love story: in the dancing couple you need one person leading and the other following. "If they both lead they crush, if they both follow they don't go anywhere."
    Women dancing Tango are incredibly sensual, love it. Guys have to be ...

    Our final destination

    A travel blog entry by susieandgray on Feb 17, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... and cafés and on Sundays a fascinating antique market.

    It was time to say farewell to Sandra, (she had been a complete star) and soak our weary feet in a bath. We then mosied along to an Italian restaurant Sandra had recommended. It was a fun, bustling place, shades of the French brasseries. Having skipped lunch we were hungry but the portions were gargantuan! We were glad of the walk back which resembled more of a waddle, perhaps too much time ...

    Buenos Aires and Tango

    A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett on Dec 12, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... hangover tomorrow..... Well there were no twisted ankles thankfully as I soon realised that I needed to ditch the high heels during the tango lesson! Learned 3 basic streps and a short sequence which was really good fun and enjoyed a lovely dinner and an amazing tango show (which made release quite how basic the steps I'd leaned actually are!!). What a great ...

    Racoleta cemetery and markets

    A travel blog entry by nimeri on Oct 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... some have not been kept very well; the glass roofs broken, letting in broken tiles, dirt, grass and weeds and even rubbish into the tombs. To me it seems unnatural to try and immortalise ourselves in these man-made contraptions, and its apparent that nature takes over in the end anyway. I found that comforting. You can see many caskets right through the door of a lot of the mausoleums. Many also have ...