Cardton Hotel

Juan Domingo Peron 1555, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Home is Nowhere and Home is Everywhere

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara


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I didn’t embark on this journey with the intention of setting up a form of permanent residence in any country other than the two I had initially been torn between – Israel and the US. My South America tour was supposed to be just that - a tour. A nomadic lifestyle moving swiftly from city to city on a continent outside my “normal” life, with the hopes that it would somehow shed light on my world so that ...

Day 1 - Goodbye Europe

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon


... Radio off.

Landed in Frankfurt. Slept like a baby... Can't be more tired by happiness. I just made the calculation and this sabbatical dream will be 100 days long (at least in the current plan), what a better number to indicate perfection and beauty!

And now to let the dream begin... Buenos Aires here I coooome!

See you soon Europe.
Good happy ...

Tango tourists

A travel blog entry by kevdebem


... Emily started babbling and being loud in general because she was ready for a nap. She could be heard throughout the museum, her little voice echoing throughout the building which was rather small, so we took her outside and she fell asleep. We then returned to enjoy looking at some old Argentinian stuff. Most interesting to me were the old guns and their construction, all hand-made. I'm sure they were not the pinnacle ...

Buenos Aires..... One of my new favourite cities..

A travel blog entry by iwhendo


... being in high altitudes for weeks my first time back at 25m altitude! Our first night we went to a tango show was hilarious, first we had a set 3 course dinner before making our way into the tango dancing lesson studio!! It was brilliant I was yet again as hopeless as my attempt to Salsa dance in Bolivia but hey I loved it was lots of fun. Will put some pictures of my attempts to Tango up! After our lesson we then had a live tango show wow they were ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge


... mainly sailors etc coming into the port. We also visited the San Telmo district which is the oldest district in BA and used to be full of rich people until an epidemic of yellow fever in 1871. This left lots of large houses empty which a few years later became housing during the wave of immigration from Europe. This area became the most multicultural area in BA. It's now a very Bohemian area and attracts a lot of artists. Puerto Madero is a very modern ...


This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Plaza San Martin, Congreso, and Palermo Viejo.
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