Central Hotel

Address: 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 Plaza San Martin, Congreso, Sabor a Tango, and Banco de la Nacion Argentina.
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    Rapanui and Barrio Norte and weird fashion

    A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on May 31, 2015

    39 photos

    ... do next. Guilherme had to go study, as is the life of a medical student here. Alexeiv had to do something. Joe had nothing to do so I asked if he wanted to go to San Telmo with me and check out the feria and Plaza de Mayo. So we caught a bus and went to Plaza de Mayo and I showed him the Casa Rosada, or pink house. Like we have the White House, Argentina had the pink house for the president. We went along the streets and found ourselves among all the other hundreds and ...

    What's New? Buenos Aires!

    A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Jan 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... square Plaza Mayo and the Presidential Office La Casa Rosada, made famous by Evita's Balcony Scene where she sang "Don't a Cry for Me Argentina". We had to photograph "the" balcony! Are you getting the picture? Buenos Aires is a gay man's paradise & it was almost impossible to escape the links to the musical Evita. Her silhouette is on the side of a skyscraper building and there are paper mâché images of her in the most colourful & old area called ...


    A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 19, 2014

    20 photos

    This morning, we crossed the border by coach into Argentina to see the Iguazu Falls from the other side. This meant we got some shots of the Falls - but probably not as dramatic as the photos from the Brazillian side, yesterday? Still, it was fabulous to get up so close to the very edge of the falls! On the Brazil side, you tend to be at the foot of the falls - looking up. ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... in special cups traditionally made from seasoned gourds, but now available in all shapes and materials. They require a special filtering straw called a bombilla, usually made of metal. The same herbs are used several times over and you often find people strolling the streets with flasks of hot water to top up their mate and used herb discarded in the gutters.

    Argentinian sweet tooths were ...

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by joeandmez on May 23, 2014

    4 comments, 66 photos

    ... to us privately in English. And he just kept refilling our tables glasses as soon as he noticed a glass was empty.

    It was a fun night and we couldn't believe we had only paid $20 for that experience when we probably drank $100 worth of wine and ate $200 worth of food.

    The next day we walked through Buenos Aires and joined a free walking ...