Hotel Argentino La Plata

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

Buenos Aires the Paris of the South

A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... dodgy looking guy or girl is offering gambio, money exchange. I find Buenos Aires refreshingly familiar to Europe. Femi keeps talking about it not being like Brazil, which means he doesn't like it quite as much as Brazil.

Guys, btw. this blog writing is seriously time consuming business. Who would have thought that it will take so much time to write something meaningful and also translate it. Femi has kind of given up on it now, so it seems that I am in charge from now. I ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by jvince on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... nothing at all except for an abandoned shop to let. The address number was 0308 and facing us was a plain black door. No way did this look like a wine tasting. Asking the driver to wait we rang the intercom and an English voice confirmed they were Anuva wines, and they would be down to let us in. The door opened and we were confronted with grey stairs leading just up, no hint of what was to come. When we got to the top what a surprise it opened out into an ...

A little spot of polo

A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Apr 22, 2014

6 photos

... culture and influences that have resulted in how things are today. Next we went to the Evita museum which contains lots of information about her life, video footage and items of clothing and memorabilia. It was a nice museum however told a very positive view of her and didn't go into a lot about why some people were so against her. It's all a little strange with Evita. It seems like Argentina still isn't quite over everything that ...

Cobbled Streets & A Sunset In A 17th Century City.

A travel blog entry by ejae on Feb 05, 2014

5 photos

... bursting with history. Colonia changed hands from Portugal to Spain many times between 1680 and 1822 with several battles and treaty's until it became part of the independent country of Uruguay. We took a walk around the 17th century cobblestone streets, saw the city gate and wooden drawbridge, climbed the lighthouse where we could see amazing views of the Buenos Aires skyline before we settled in a bar on the seafront to watch the sunset.


Day 61 Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Nov 15, 2013

2 photos

... Sharks. Unfortunately the area was a shark free zone but there were penguins. I was at first really excited as they are my favourite animal but I have never seen them up close before. However the excitement diminished when I saw the state of the penguins. Their fake environment was not great and all the penguins looked like models as they were all just staring at the walls. Apparently this is a common phenomena for penguins kept in an environment ...