Hotel Argos

Espana 149, Bahia Blanca, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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Argentina Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach

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... from Buenos Aires with nine travellers we made sure we arrived at the airport well and truly with plenty of time to spare. It turns out our best intentions were in vein as we quickly learned that our flight was delayed due to a major strike in Buenos Aires. Sitting at the airport in mid to high 30 degree heat was tolerable for about 15 minutes. We had to endure3.5 hours of this...







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First day on the road and first Bush Camp

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

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... 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!! Red meat, red wine & thieves......

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96

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... best"Tango Face"! Went for a drink in the Palermo region afterwards.
Day 18Slept in late as we were both hungover. eventually got up to have lunch and search for a hostal for the following day. Enjoyed cake, coffee and hot chocolate at the impressive Cafe Tortoni, famous for Tango and Artists for the last 100 years.Onreturning tothe hotelwe discovered that 3 phones, credit card, cash card and 2 driving licences had ...

Horses and dancing

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich

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... of Uriburu and Las Heras, so we doubled back and looked. We saw a bar on the corner across the street so we tried to go in and they told us they were closed. Nope. Strike one. Then we cross back and see a sign that looks like it might be a bar but it doesn't have an obvious entryway, ony a door in between two shops that looks like a door to an apartment. So Matt tries the door handle, and we decide it must just be a home, and we probably look like freaks. It's at that moment that a ...

And more exploration...!!

A travel blog entry by curlsandtales

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... Latin American art from the start of the C20 to now, this is definitely worth a visit if you're at all interested in art history. There was only 2 galleries open when I went due to exhibition changeovers but it was interesting walking around the main Latin American collection. I even spent the time reading and translating the exhibit descriptions from Spanish to English, only then to realise that I had a translation already in the leaflet I had in my hand. The good ...

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Location

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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