Calle Amenabar, 887 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by zoesolomon

... grab him by the scrotum. Then they have this clamp like device which basically goes over the base of the scrotum and then they squeeze, luckily there is no blood (and the lamb is exceptionally brave & did not make a murmur!) but the sound alone was not a joke which didn't help, as Nats was looking away but heard the crunch. Apparently they clamp the scrotum in such a way that the blood supply gets cut off and the balls eventually fall off! Seemed pretty cruel but it made sense ...

Another Sore Feet Day

A travel blog entry by phgordon


... running through the contemporary wing, time for yet another museum, the private collection of Amelia Fortabat. This is a very new and modern museum. So we saw more Argentinian art than I ever want to see again. The only real notable is Berni who painted in many styles. The sun has come out now I. Time for evening. The next task is to get stuff together for the early AM departure for Ushuaia. We are supposed to be at the airport at ...

Ushuaia and excitement

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... mountains and ocean. I always said that Colorado was the best place for everything, except that it doesn't have an ocean. Well, ladies and gentlemen, we've found idyll-almost. This town had its tourist shops all down the main avenue, San Martin. These shops included several (meaning four) chocolate shops, one which we frequented several times. Of course. The houses were so old, it had a harbor that reminded me of where I grew up (even down to the gross smell in some parts), ...

Catcalls and goodbyes

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... and notes at about 1:30 so I decided to go find Barrio Chino (the Buenos Aires version of china town) because it seems to be the only place where peanut butter can be found around the city. We even googled it. Finally,I found it, with the directions of a couple of different people, and oh my, it's gorgeous. I've never been to China town in New York but if it's anything like this, I want to go. I only got to stay for like five minutes because it was ...

Cocktail Competition at The Clubhouse

A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth

... of the night. The drink was a perfectly balanced mix of mango vodka and other sweet and spicy flavors. The “Carito” will be ...


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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