Gran Hotel Argentino

Carlos Pellegrini, 37, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 2004, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Day 1: Buenos Aires in its full glory

A travel blog entry by saintpaul

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Adventure finally beckons yet again. After Saint Paul's saintly kiwi adventures in New Zealand nine months earlier, San Pablo now has taken some holy days to visit the south of South America, better known as Patagonia. The journey starts at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport for a short flight to Paris. An incredibly short flight, because before one can …

Day 183 - La Boca

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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... their buildings using the paint that was leftover in the port. They liked bright colors so all the buildings are brightly painted and decorated. The Italian immigrants painted the shop signs using an painting technique called "fileteado". These signs are beautiful, colorful and ornate and this tradition remains today and can be seen all over Buenos Aires.

Tango clubs were popular in this ...

Eva Perón & Recoleta Cemetery

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... some summer clothes, but the 102 degree heat was no fun. An interesting day though, as I was walking along Avenida Santa Fe shopping I saw a guy in a car that had fallen asleep at the wheel whilst at a set of traffic lights! Even though other cars where peeping their horns he did not wake up, I then wondered if he was dead! Eventually a pedestrian went and knackered on his window, he woke up with a jump and carried on. Next when I got at taxi back to the hostel I saw a traffic ...

Day 65 on route to Iguazu Falls

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

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... don't know whether you will be fed. This means you have to prepare for the worse as a 20 hour bus without food would be hell. To make sure I didn't go hungry I constructed a giant chicken baguette sandwich. I could go on a week long trip with that bad boy and never get hungry. At around 5 we decided we should make our way to the station to find a bus. This was a well thought through time. Early enough to have time to get a bus for the evening but not too early as ...

A Taste of Argentina

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

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... Houston who was visiting BA while her husband had business in South America. Manuel had us put on our aprons and jump right into making dough for the traditional empanadas. After the class got rolling, Veronica served us glasses of torrentes. While our dough was setting, Manuel explained what he had done to get the dulce de leche started before we got there since it needed 4 hours on the stove. Then it was time to roll out our dough. Lillian looked like a pro as ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Cafe Tortoni, Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, and Manzana de las Luces tunnels.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good