Etoile Hotel

Pte. M. Ortiz 1835, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1113ABA, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

    Return To Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... market. During our travels through Argentina, we had exchanged dollars for 10 or 10.5 pesos in the countryside, and for as much as 11 pesos in BA, but we were now getting 11.95, compared to the current official rate of 8.1! We had hit the jackpot as far as we were concerned.

    Our walk to see Alberto ended up taking nearly the rest of the day. Our Google Maps app was slow in its data delivery, sending us off in the wrong direction for a while, so the walk ...

    Big Bad Bustling Buenos!

    A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on May 20, 2014

    1 comment

    ... on them so just as well. We both ordered a steak (mine a bit bigger and fatter than Lisa's) and mashed potato and a salad as sides to share. It's so good eating out over here, every time they bring you bread and dip to start so you aren't waiting a hour before you get any food and you don't really need to order any entrees. The service was the flashiest I had every experienced, they come over and keep your water topped up, they toss your salad ...

    Random Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Feb 15, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... of their communication because sometimes this buys a little more time or leeway. Not this time though.
    The Spanish spoken here is a bit different than Mexican or Spanish Spanish. for example the word ella (meaning she) in Mexico or Spain is pronounced EL-YA. Here in BsAs it is pronounced HEY-JA. My Spanish isn't the best but I can hold my own although it's more difficult here. I am learning though and if someone who ...


    A travel blog entry by zoesolomon on Jan 09, 2014

    ... the wealthy and pretty much anyone who understands economics and corruption. They have rampant inflation in Argentina and have not recovered from their banking and sovereign crisis in 2000. She is a populist and is trying to change the constitution to be eligible to run for a third term. We also visited the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires called Tortoni established in 1850, it usually has huge lines but we didn't wait long and enjoyed some local flavours. The food on our travels ...

    Day 125 - Buenos Aires - You've been tangoed

    A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Dec 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... office at the main bus station in BA to try and change our bus. Unfortunately they were really unhelpful and said we had to change it online so bit of a wasted journey. In the end, we managed to refund our old tickets and get new ones online with the help of Google Translate but it was a right palava. For our last night in BA we ticked off another must-do - seeing a tango show. The boys had no interest whatsoever in doing this, so Neens and Jules went on their own. It has been at ...