Hotel Argentino La Plata

Address: Calle 46, No.536, La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 1900, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle 46, No.536, La Plata, is near Museo de la Plata.
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Travel Blogs from La Plata

Vibrant, exciting BA!

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Oct 08, 2014

63 photos

... beers in the bar with Tony (having moved to our hostel), the English boys, Matthew, Kerryn (Darwin), Thomas (Belgium) and Ronan (Scotland), before heading to the rooftop for the most amazing bbq I've probably ever enjoyed! We stuffed ourselves to the point of discomfort, but it was well worth it! We spent a few more pesos in the bar, before heading to bed.

The following day we awoke to an (officially) older Casey! For her birthday we took the train to the fashionable suburb ...

Day 6 - Buenos Aires (Futbol Argentino!!!)

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 24, 2014

6 photos

... at the fans and I lost the first 2 minutes of the match.

To be fair, the quality of the match is not so high, even for a second division. But I was expecting that since all the best players get always sold to Brazil or to Europe so, it’s quite hard to have great level of football down here. But good enough to be watched.

First half gone… time for a burger. No, I changed my mind, time for hot-dog and water (no beers inside the stadium). I go ...

Antiques and Fangio

A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Feb 16, 2014

13 photos

... fee and look at the tour as a bonus. We ventured out and ate at a nearby restaurant, or at least Emily and I ate. Debbie just watched and helped cut up some of my food for Emily. Since I had Emily duty when the time came to change her I was a bit scared about the bathroom situation in the restaurant. I was also a bit mad at myself for not using the best bathrooms in BsAs we had had access to a few scant minutes before. But it all turned out to be ...

Buenos Aires - steak heaven

A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi on Dec 06, 2013

10 photos

Most of our photos are from a night at the 'Argentine Experience', which was something between a restaurant and a cooking class. We had magical wine glasses that were always full (not so magical the day after). The first task was to make empañadas, like a little pie; the first we made was the traditional design and the second could be freestyle. Rich made a lovely ashtray empañada. This was followed by the best steak I've ever tasted and a desert of 'alfajores' ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge on Sep 25, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... mainly sailors etc coming into the port. We also visited the San Telmo district which is the oldest district in BA and used to be full of rich people until an epidemic of yellow fever in 1871. This left lots of large houses empty which a few years later became housing during the wave of immigration from Europe. This area became the most multicultural area in BA. It's now a very Bohemian area and attracts a lot of artists. Puerto Madero is a very modern ...