Central Hotel

Junin 357, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1026ABG, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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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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    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 26, 2014

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    Though it’s often too cold to sit on the balcony, it has
    been handy for doing the washing – my clothes have never been cleaner this
    whole trip.

    Managed to pick up some Doxycycline from the local pharmacy ready
    for the buggy zones further north – same chain as the previous one that had
    told me I needed a prescription because it was an antibiotic!

    Another trip on the Subte, practically a daily occurrence
    and spotted ...

    Day 3 - Buenos Aires (Relax, you rock!)

    A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 21, 2014

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    ... He is telling me some crazy anecdotes for every single place in Latam I’m planning to pass by.

    We will probably meet each other in Iguaçu falls and for sure in Santiago del Chile.

    But the highlight of the day: I finally discovered where those "noises" were coming from.

    Since the first night (and day) in the hostel I could ear times-to-times some clear sex-related-noises (not very loud to he honest but clearly ...

    Day 29: San Telmo: Sunday at the Market

    A travel blog entry by msj322 on Feb 16, 2014

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    ... to see the quality and craftsmanship of all the things they create. The streets were lined with different shops broken up by tango shows, and people playing music. It was an amazing setting.

    There were many small restaurants lining the market, with outside tables. We decided to stop and grab lunch. We both got the homemade pasta, which was amazing. The people watching being right in ...

    Token Tourist Day

    A travel blog entry by tracicope on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... Matt said he could smell them but I didn't get close enough. After the cemetery we went to the pedestrian streets which have lots of shopping. There are people every 2 steps saying "cambio" (exchange) over and over. This is called the blue market where you can exchange your dollars for pesos on the spot (cops watching even) for a discounted rate. We opted out of that one. Matt got some shopping in and then we headed to the opera house. ...

    Lesson Learned

    A travel blog entry by pric5457 on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... friends but it kept things interesting.

    3. Forget comfort zones. Clearly, no one travels to be comfortable. However, it's the best not even think of a comfort zone. Be open and soon enough you won't even realize you just did something you're not comfortable with. I didn't even realize that I was uncomfortable doing the tango until I was staring the instructor in the face and trying to remember the steps. Too ...