Hotel Dolmen

Suipacha 1079, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1008AAU, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Buenos Aires for a night

A travel blog entry by bmtravel

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Left late but had a bit of a tail-wind so arrived right on time. Hot & humid but thankfully our transfer was waiting & we were able to check straight into our room when we arrived, so after a shower & short rest we were set to hit the streets. Walked about 30 mins to shake off the jet lag, then enjoyed a beer & snack at the famous …

Buenos Aires (BA)

A travel blog entry by rivkapi

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... 7765;any name, and you must be careful to find the bus. My bus was 30minutes late - I was sure I missed it. All the people there knew I look for this bus, and when it arrived, they run to me
The way takes 2 hours outside BA.
It is a small city, built in the old Spanish architecture. Very nice. ll te shops were closed, siesta or openned only on weekends?
Upon return, came a bus with the a different company name. I was lucky to ask, rather than ...

Dark n' Stormy

A travel blog entry by groovycakes

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... Alison, is a marine biology major who's going to Uruguay for two months to volunteer at a sea turtle rehab center- I know what I'm doing for my next adventure!! Monday was very eventful. Before I even got to the Huerta that morning I saw 4 praying mantises outside our door (that's more luck than I know what to do with!) and as luck would have it I saw a snake near the garden gate! It was beautiful, dark brown in the dawn sunlight, then it slithered off serenely. Two snakes ...

Outlets and underground clubs- interesting day

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

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... The club was very full and busy - all kinds of people were there - old young tourists and locals, it was an interesting mix to observe. Martin explained the set up a little bit - he had been to their performances before and said that all the chairs in the whole club were salvaged from the garbage, and most were broken, even the chair that the pianist sat on. The club was bathed in red light and a disco ball was above. Blocking the stage were several ...

".. part of the scene in Buenos Aires, Big Apple"

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed

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... used to it being so bad that the downtown area is full of literally
scores (if not hundreds) of black market traders offering to buy
foreign currency at much better rates than the banks, so sure are
they that the peso will only continue to lose its value relative to
other currencies. It's mad!

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    did well on this front! B.A. Actually has quite a lot going on in
    craft beer. Our favourites were Breoghan Brew Bar and Antares who
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    This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Edificio Kavanagh, Walichu Caves, and Lagos de Palermo Golf Club.
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