Compart VIP SRL

Address: Av. Rafael Obligado Costanera entre Paseos 119 y 121, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 7165, Argentina | Hotel
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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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Empanadas and new and old friends

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on May 29, 2015

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Thank God for hot showers. But really. I just woke up (it's noon) and needed a shower, but after the freezing one upon my arrival, I was totally not looking forward to it. Thankfully, however, one of my friends suggested I use the one upstairs because it's hotter. Oh, and that it was. I didn't have to finish in ice cold temperatures. Ok, so yesterday was awesome. Kind of everything I want my vacation to be. As you know, I've been wanting to run,so that was my ...

Travel Day Part 1

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 18, 2015

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... guides we have ever had. So friendly, warm and enthusiastic and a real go-getter. She taught herself English on the internet and she is very good. Tatiana, a guest at the resort, came with us. She is from Belarus but lives in Moscow. Interesting to talk to her.
The flight left 10 minutes early!! Bit of rough weather coming into BA. Two hours till next flight.


San Telmo

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 04, 2014

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... home of creator, the Argentinian cartoonist Quino.

We followed the 'Walk' for a few more characters before we detoured to Pasaje San Lorenzo to see the narrowest house in the city. Back to the 'Walk', we followed it through the streets all the way to the Puerto Madero district. They had obviously given the route a lot of thought because the pedestrian crossing across Avenida Paseo Colon had red and green cartoon cats instead ...

Free historical tour

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Oct 16, 2014

Buenos Ares
turned out today to be as warm as Rio but with a lot less humidity. The hostel
is a very nice early 20th century house and breakfast was served on
the top floor. The money situation here is pretty crazy. If you get cash from
an ATM or bank you get 8 to 1 but from a hotel you get about 14 to 1 so
everyone tries to bring US dollars to change which makes the costs here ...

Great city to Start my Journey in South America

A travel blog entry by becks_togwe07 on Jul 10, 2014

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The reason why i booked this hostel is because i needed to meet people fast to travel with as i was travelling alone. Getting a taxi from the airport to the hostel was easy. Arrived late and luckily after checking in my hostel i met a few good lads from Ireland and Australia. I went out on my own for a coffee and the first obstacle is that people speak little English here.The lucky part is i can speak a little Spanish and i ...

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