Hotel Bolivar

Address: Bolivar 886, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1066, Argentina | Hotel
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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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      The city of Evita then the Iguazu Falls

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Dec 02, 2014

      59 photos

      ... seconds. We probably spent about 20 minutes at the falls and then sprinted back to the bus and jumped into a taxi to take us back to the airport. It is no exaggeration to say that the only thing we can remember about the views of the falls is from the pictures we took as we literally turned up at a view point, snapped a photo and then ran to the next one, not the leisurely stroll we had in mind!

      We made it to the airport in record time ...


      A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... many of the city’s five star hotel in addition to high-end stores and residential areas popular among both local wealthy gentry and expatriate executives. Today, amongst its grandeur, it is recognized as being the busiest overland transportation hub in Buenos Aires. Next, she pointed out one of the most significant landmarks opposite the Plaza…the Kavanaugh building. This reinforced concrete Art Deco skyscraper, finished in 1936, was, at the time, the ...

      Dinner with Rodolfo

      A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... in your lifetime."

      "Oh, yes," he replied. But he would not be drawn on politics, beyond commenting with a chuckle when another fresh Cuba Libre appeared in front of me that "Cuba will never be free!".

      The band had returned.

      "This is modern jazz, I like it," he said approvingly, before commenting more than once of the singer, "She's crazy!". When the second band arrived at midnight, he was considerably more disparaging: "This is like jazz from the 1920s!"


      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 07, 2014

      1 photo

      ... the past tense – forced into
      private lessons as they normally take weeks to teach it but, given the cost,
      have been trying to do as much as possible by myself. Best opportunity to put
      some time into finally cracking it and still have time to practice it enough to
      hopefully drum it in.


      Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South?"

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 26, 2014

      43 photos

      ... hope that people will “forget” some of the issues that now seem to be plaguing her second term in office.
      The parks of Buenos Aries are not big,it is not a very green city,but the parks it does have are very pretty and they are mostly situated in the east around the edges of Recoleta and the very rich area of Palermo.Many of the world's embassies are here and the street names reflect that,”India Avenue”,”JFK Avenue” etc. The city folk love ...