Etoile Hotel

Pte. M. Ortiz 1835, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1113ABA, Argentina | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $86.00
 

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Finally a day worth semi writing about

A travel blog entry by dennisj84

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... and go to the suburb of San Telmo for their famous street market which is probably the best thing to do on a Sunday. Its basically 12 blocks of markets and stalls down the one street and anything can be bought from clothing to arts and crafts to eating food to watching tango on the street.

We only managed to get down half way before we ran into some of torrells friends, so we went to get some ...

Buenos Aires Here We Are Again

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

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... to our hostel and do some research on the internet. The hostess at our hostel told us about Colonial Express which is the cheapest option to get to Uruguay. We did some review research and it was pretty much 50% positive and 50% bad. So we went with it, ferry tickets booked for Uruguay yah! This morning we woke to rain so we didn't have the earliest start. We were also organising to meet up with our friend Marie Aimée who ...

Second blog ever

A travel blog entry by kevdebem

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... reality. This store has everything you need- and the grocery section is as big as a regular Wal-mart, the meat and cheese section alone the size of an American supermarket. I was coaxed into an impromptu grudge match on a racing simulator display by a nice 8 or so year old who was gracious enough to provide me with a Honda civic while he took a top-line Ferrari. We raced at Daytona and he won but was ...

Yes, Dorothy, there are TORNADOS in Argentina too.

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

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... was not yet open, so we "drank a chair" and waited for signs of life. Once on board, the sun started to rise, a wonderful sight, the Andes in view as well - a good morning. The flight was on time, and uneventful. We arrived in Buenos Aires to see Martin waiting for us - a welcome sight! We went outside and got in the long line for a taxi - this is where all the business travellers were - it seemed an endless line, and an already hot morning. When we got a taxi, the drivers ...

The Streets of BA

A travel blog entry by burkley

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... and pelting rain sent outside furniture flying across the pavement, even the waiters stand was picked up and thrashed against the tables. Thunder and lightening topped off this impressive display of nature, which we were relieved to be watching from inside rather than battling against it, even if the food was terrible. There is at least one Argentinean chef who can't cook a steak.

Fortunately the weather had calmed for our walk back to the train station and ...

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