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Av. Rafael Obligado Costanera entre Paseos 119 y 121, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 7165, Argentina | Hotel
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Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... bus terminal for our last overnight bus of our adventure in South America. So We said our goodbyes and set off to catch our bus to Iguazu falls. It was a 17 hour journey getting us there for 9am tomorrow. The bus was ok not as good as the last one but did bring us wine again with our food and even champagne later on in the evening. Not sure if were relieved or emotional about it been our last over night trip. Good night from ...


A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke

... markets, or anything from stationery to underwear that gets sold on the train or in the street. I can't imagine it's particularly lucrative (would you buy your underwear from someone in a park?), but you have to respect that so many of them are trying. 9. The locals are wonderful. I'm amazed at how many of them give money to the buskers / random vendors on the trains. They have seemed really kind and helpful too (e.g. Man paying for 2 of us to get on the ...

La Boca

A travel blog entry by madmackworth


We had a free day and dared try the underground. Using it is quite easy but trying to orientate oneself at point of arrival is extremely difficult; none of the maps seem to obey N/S convention.

We visited ...

More than just good air

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... this interesting building. It's not the most amazing government building ever but it is interesting because it's essentially three buildings kind of mashed into one by three different architects over the years. Also, legend has it that when it was initially painted pink, it was done with a mixture of white paint and ox blood. Highlights were going into President Christina Kirchner's office (and seeing a big bottle of bubbly on her desk) and the balcony where, as mentioned earlier, ...

Lots of walking

A travel blog entry by pnbooth


... the area once occupied by bathing beaches and "sunning clubs". actually a very nice oasis in the middle of the city. Mary got to spot some really cool birds among them a spectacled tyrant and a vermillion flycatcher. The park is well used and patrolled. Overall, the parks in the center od BA are all in beautiful shape. very well maintained and appointed. this was ...


This hotel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Paseo del Rosedal, Jardin Japanese Garden (Jardin Japones), Planetario Galileo Galilei, and Plaza Dorrego.
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