Address: Calle Amenabar, 887 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C13 area of Buenos Aires, is near Bosques de Palermo, Temaiken Park, Museo de Arte Espanol Enrique Larreta, and Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.
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The working bits!

A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Oct 11, 2014

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... video streaming of the Enfield meeting which was greatly appreciated given we have been away now for three weeks or so. It was good to see some brethren and sisters back at the meeting after recent illnesses, and to see Anne, Cilla, Miri and Phebes there.

After the all day meetings of Saturday and Sunday, Monday morning was free for me which allowed us the opportunity to have a bit of a walk around the area in which we were staying. This is the Puerto Madero ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 27, 2014

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Braved the dwawdling hordes cramming the streets of San
Telmo but quickly far too annoyed by them and disinterested in the offerings on
the hundreds of stalls, so headed off to check out some nearby museums. Prices
too high to make me go into 2 of them and the 3rd didn’t even open
until 3.30pm.

Did see a nice church, hear a tango group and enjoy a sunny
walk so wasn’t a total washout.


"Pity da fool!" (BA Barracas)

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 24, 2014

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... our position greatly by choosing Sabatico Hostel, our home for the next three nights. No building noise, no kids talking outside our room until the early hours; so much more sedate and nicely suited to both of us: people who enjoy a good siesta, rather than a fiesta.

We chose to spend ...

Like seeing a unicorn

A travel blog entry by erucci on Feb 02, 2014

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... with traffic lights, because drivers stopped at a red light get a warning before the light turns green. This means that by the time the light turns green all of the cars are already rolling forward, so unlike in other countries, you should not start crossing the street after the crosswalk has started blinking (if you're even lucky enough to have cross signals, most intersections don't).

Now, you ...

Don't Cry for me Argentina

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Dec 28, 2013

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... military museum. It was quite interesting. We then crossed the bridge and walked along the other side. However, nothing seemed to be happening, so we started back toward our hotel. Today was spent acclimatising ourselves, and discovering this new city. Tomorrow we are going on a city tour so we should be able to get a better perspective of Buenos Aires. So far we have been in the central area of Buenos Aries, and have loved what we have seen ...

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