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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    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 19, 2014

    27 photos

    ... Next we took the bus to the San Telmo neighborhood and ate some dinner there before heading to our show at the Konex. The show was really interesting. A cast member led us in in groups and the theater was completely pitch black. My eyes didn't adjust at all over the two hours. The actors use all your other senses to get the point of the play across. It was a little bit hard for me to follow along in Argentine slang Spanish with no visual cues to help me figure it out, but ...

    Drinking Buddies

    A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy on May 21, 2014

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... start of our South America adventure. But...the search continues! Mr & Mrs Smith In BA, we learnt that we both love red wine...just kidding we knew that real early on! The Hangover & Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (had to combine these two, as wine and food go hand in had for Argentines!) Red wine! Need I say anymore...probably not but I will. We discovered a beautiful variety from Mendoza called Malbec, which was very popular. This was the drink of choice! We had such a ...

    2014 Buenos Aires Walkabout

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Mar 18, 2014

    31 photos

    ... said. Unfortunately, as the guide kept saying, nothing lasts forever in Argentina. One government after another -- probably each one lasting only for as long as 2-3 yrs -- five military dictatorships in between democratic governments in a span of 30 years!

    Detour - Of Pride and Prejudice We passed by this Corina Kavanagh alleyway. As we walked through that narrow alley way, on the horizon emerged the beautiful and majestic sight of a cathedral. ...

    Last Day BA

    A travel blog entry by boothbj on Mar 03, 2014

    • Day 4 - Buenos Aires
    • All good things come to an end, but it's good to be going home today. Have approximately 3 hours to cram in as much sightseeing as we can. Taxi is coming at 1:30pm. Mark managed to overcome is overwhelming fear of being attacked on the metro and, therefore missing the flight, and agreed to head up to Palermo and the Botanical ...

    11/2/ Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 12, 2014

    ... to be very open for discussions.People are greeting me..stopping me..where are you from? I left my mobile at the hostel and was asking people passing what was the time.All were very polite.When I smile,people smile back and vice versa. Bs As is a busy city but people do tend to take their time..abd are more tranquillo.easygoing. Had my class again at 3.It is in an old house,first floor,wooden floor,large windows,mirrors to watch ...