Caesar Park Buenos Aires Managed By Mgallery
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Very nice hotel from what I have seen so far, but I have only just arrived. Service has been fantastic...and the bed is really comfy. The hotel is in a great location.
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Hola! I have arrived safely to Buenos Aires after departing Toronto a bit late last night @ midnight. And then just a quick 10 hours later we touched down in Santiago, Chile for a quick layover. We had to deplane and then get back on the same plane, in the same seats...seems redundant. The flight to Buenos Aires was 2 hours and we arrived on time …
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Buenos Aires is considered "The Paris of the South", and for good reason. It looks like a European capital and it is magnificently beautiful. Broad streets lined with stately buildings are the norm. I love visiting here. 9 de Julio Avenue, the main "drag", is the widest avenue in the world. Its name honors Argentina's …
Day 9 -- October 30
Second attempt at getting to BA failed. We left Llao Llao for the airport at 8:30 am. Finally departed for BA (three cheers!) at 10:15 pm. 14 hours of playing "Mother, may I?" was Barcy's analogy.
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Buenos Aires was filled with so many things to see, so many people who wanted to change dollars into pesos, so many neat stories/history, so much beef, so many empanadas and of course some tango and some rest (shana tova!). The top 5 highlights of the visit to BA include (in no particular order) the Recoleta Cemetery, the Teatro Colon, the Tango …