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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    Travel Blogs from Bahia Blanca

    Clocks Forward 1 hour

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Feb 27, 2015

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    Off the Coast off Bahia Blanca:
    Another 'At Sea Day'. Woke late as the clocks went forward in anticipation of going to Uruguay. It was a quiet day, but it is funny how we seem to fill it in with stuff like climbing stairs again and again! We are on the 9th deck - aft, the theatre (where we go for lectures) is 4th deck - forward, and the Cafe where we eat is 10th deck - aft. That is just above us and we do hear noise ...

    Putting the Bueno in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jan 24, 2015

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    ... with Iran. If this happened in the U.S., no one would be able to stop talking about it (y’all know we loooooove a good conspiracy theory). But here, democracy is just 31 years old, and people’s memory of family members disappearing for talking about or getting involved in politics is real, so I sense that people are uncomfortable discussing all of this with people they don’t know very well (like an American stranger).
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    Water, Death and Dancing (Day 21)

    A travel blog entry by bdfro on Oct 31, 2014

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    ... Aires. The owner of a factory wanted to be able go to home for lunch and siesta but got tired of having to commute, so he built his house at the top of his factory (It's now offices). -The Avenue 9 de Julio is the "widest street in the world" or at least it was until somewhere in Brazil built one that is wider but they still call it that. -There is an obelisk at Plaza de la Republica that is the quintessential symbol of Buenos Aires. As per Vicky, ...

    Tango Unchained

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... of a class where we were constantly having to exhibit what we learnt in front of the class, I found I like it, and was even dare I say it good at it! Lotus was getting carried away there was tango everywhere, we saw a show at Cafe Tortoni, the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires, every time we walked by there was a queues to get in, it was not as grand as the cafe in Rio with mirrors, but it was a piece of history. We skipped the que and went straight to the show. We had ...

    "Pity da fool!" (BA Barracas)

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... very nice too. We strolled around the stalls, which sold paintings, sketches, handicrafts and textiles of various kinds. After that, we walked up to the cemetery to visit the sepulchre of Eva Peron and her family, along with dozens and dozens of other tourists. It was easily the busiest graveyard I have ever been to (except the Taj Mahal, if that counts). Very ostentatious graves and collective family resting places too - a number, in this large site behind the ...