Hotel Argos

Address: Espana 149, Bahia Blanca, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Espana 149, Bahia Blanca, is near Casa Rosada, Cabildo, Paseo de la Costa, and Basilica y Convento de San Francisco.
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      One way streets

      A travel blog entry by melita.brandon on May 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... better than spending the morning doing it ourselves! With that out of the way, we were off in search of brunch (seems to be at trend that we only eat brunch and a late lunch... Or early dinner). This time we ate at a place about 10 second walk from where we were staying. Very tasty food, but the coffee wasn't great. Actually, everywhere we ate while in Argentina has been fantastic, we haven't had problems finding veggie food for Melita, and everything we taste is ...

      Day 3 in BsAs

      A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Feb 10, 2014

      11 photos

      ... such. After a long and inexpensive cab ride ( less than $8 US to go across town), we got to the Edificio de Correo Central museum. It was closed. It looked like it was being renovated or something, so we didn't even bother to get out of the cab. By this time we figured we'd go to lunch so we diverted the cab to a sushi place we had seen on the way. On closer inspection it was too fancy so we walked on the waterfront to the cool ship museum. ...

      Takes Two to Tango

      A travel blog entry by jl_bigtrip on Nov 20, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... venue is “La Virtura”. Very different experience – this is more a true milonga for the locals, very few tourists there but still running lessons around the clock until midnight – same formula in all these venues. La Virtura resembles a school hall, so none of the atmosphere of La Catedral, but tables are available around the dance floor and passable meals. We are told the real action happens around 2am, when the serious local Tango dancers come ...

      First day on the road and first Bush Camp

      A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Nov 10, 2013

      5 photos

      ... best job on the bus – they have told us to get
      inventive with cocktails etc so we will be in our element!

      We got to the lake, and after a hairy experience trying to
      get the truck down the track to where we were vaguely going, it was amazing. We
      had a quick demo of how to get the tents up and then got going – really
      straightforward. What a spot to stop! (Pics)

      Saw loads of birds, in particular loads of Kestrel ...

      Buenos Aires by bike

      A travel blog entry by nimeri on Oct 03, 2013

      5 photos

      *The wifi here is not that great, so might not be a lot of pictures. Buenos Aires is big and beautiful. Lonely planet describes it as a European city with a melancholic twist, and I couldn't describe it better. It's dirty but grand, rundown but majestic.. And the people express themselves with graffiti and protests that block the main square in the city. We went on a bike tour today and saw a lot of the sights. They have an ...