Hotel Bolivar

Address: Bolivar 886, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1066, Argentina | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Caminito, Torre Monumental, La Casa de Esteban de Luca, and Museo Penitenciario Antonio Ballve.
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      Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

      San Pedro, Salta and Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve on Oct 15, 2014

      4 comments, 27 photos

      After the Salt Flats of Bolivia we made our way across to San Pedro in Chile as this was the easiest way to get to Salta in Argentina. We knew that we would have to wait a few days for a bus so checked into a good hostel and enjoyed the blistering sunshine. San Pedro is actually a pretty cool town and it feels a bit like it belongs in an old Western film. We pretty much just chilled out although we did rent some bikes and visit the Valle de La Luna which if you ...

      Day 14

      A travel blog entry by tsundy on Mar 26, 2014

      ... for the hop on hop off bus. The buses were great - you sat at the top of a double decker with no windows to obscure your photos and audio guides that narrated the trip in 8 different languages! At the recommendation of the hotel receptionist we got of at La Boca first. The streets were grimy, smellier, older but finitely more charming. Kind of a mix between Santiago and Valparaiso. We walked around the soccer stadium where Ash found a Maradona shirt for her brother. We then ...

      "Pity da fool!" (BA Barracas)

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

      206 photos

      ... of the late 1970s, but other notable protest banners covered topics as broad as Peronism, women's rights, "liberty" (specific grievances not specified) and the perceived evils of GM foods, and Monsanto in particular. Truly a diverse bunch, with colourful banners, some artistic graffiti and admirable stamina and patience.

      Don't Cry for me Argentina

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Dec 28, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Puerto Madero, which is the port area and a short walk from the Casa Rosada. We wandered through the little cobbled street by the side of the River. It was fairly quiet, and not too many people around, but it was also very hot today. This is the old dock area, which has been cleaned up. The old warehouses have been refurbished and are now retail and residential establishments. We went into a small ship that was on the water, and which is ...

      Net, net

      A travel blog entry by kewpiedoll99 on May 21, 2013

      3 photos

      I think my husband liked B.A. better than I did; I was super turned off by several things.

      • First, there was litter and trash everywhere, starting with the views along the highway from the airport and culminating in the narrow streets of Microcentro which were papered with porno advertisements everywhere. Dog poop abounded in spectacular quantities in the nicer neighborhoods where it clearly sourced from pets, not ...