Etoile Hotel

Pte. M. Ortiz 1835, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1113ABA, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by mel_chris

7

... different family.

The group all managed to squeeze on a local bus which took us to La Boca. Close to the port, this area famous for colourful houses and Tango dancing! You will see from our photos that we tried out the old Tango. We were pretty good for first timers, even if I do say so myself! After a few fancy foot moves and a cerveza, we jumped back on the bus and headed back to the hostel.
When we got back into our shared room, it was ...

Iguazzu Falls

A travel blog entry by dbr2014

7

... but is absolutely stunning. The force & volume of the water, noise, mist & spray are amazing. I spotted a women with a serious looking camera & asked her to take a photo of us. You get really wet but it's hot so doesn't matter & to those of us wearing yesterday's clothes it was quite refreshing. We also took another trail that takes you to a lower part of the Falls where you get a different up close & even wetter view. We had a great ...

Turista Express

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

19

... It takes up a whole city block.

We hopped on the subway - which was very clean and well maintained, a train was just leaving as we arrived, but it was only about a 5 minute wait until the next train pulled up. We rode for just a few stops to the end of the line. We came up in the heart of the downtown - May Square. Martin quickly pointed out City Hall, Cathedral, National Bank and The Pink House and said "Turista express, ok, let's go". I get the feeling ...

Mani Chino

A travel blog entry by bwendorff

7

... what looked to be a festival. Keeping that in the back of my mind I continued on to the Plaza to take pictures and then started the track to Plaza De Durrego.
On the way, I say something drip around me from above. Since nothing hit my front, I continued on my way. A lady stopped me and told me my back was dirty. She and her friend gave me some Kleenex and tried to 'help'. Since it was on my back I took down my purse and off my jacket. I realized something ...

Buenos Aires (3)

A travel blog entry by alanchapman

5

... one every weekend.
Had dinner at a restaurant along the Avenida de Mayo and then to bed after another very long walk - must have covered 10 kms or more each day - but it meant that I had seen many districts and aspects of Buenos Aires.
Didn't have time to go the ecotourism park or take the ferry across to Uruguay and the town of Colonia which is meant to be very beautiful. Something to do next time if I ever return. ...

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