Hotel Bolivar

Bolivar 886, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1066, Argentina | Hotel
Prices starting from $26.00
 

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Arrival Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by zinzan3

6

Hello All,

Eventually the packing got finished. If you ever decide to pack a 3 bedroomed house up, which you have lived in for twenty years, don't bother, rather sprinkle it with petrol and set it alight. It will be much easier explaining to the insurance company where the petrol came from than actually packing and storing. Does anyone …

BA

A travel blog entry by mel_chris

7

... s oldest and most well known cafe/bars called Cafe Tortoni. The show was in a small and intimate theatre and just over an hour long. There were a total of three male and very South American looking musicians on stage; the most jovial of the 3 played the piano and had a grey moustache and a protruding belly, the second one who sat in the centre of the stage played an accordian, he had a long face, was rather slim and very humble at the applause for his ...

A day in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by jim.diane

13

It is raining today. Met our tour guide Mat at 9 AM. We drove by the Israel Embassy that was attacked in the 90’s where 23 were killed. It is now a museum. We then went to the Metropolitan Cathedral where Pope Francis was Archbishop. The church has a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. It is the only Catholic Church in the world that has a memorial to the Holocaust. ...

Cow!

A travel blog entry by jmsges

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... up, we went out to dinner at a recommended steak house. This is the first restaurant we have been to where no one speaks a lick of English. So far in the trip I have been acting translator when we haven’t had a guide, but my Spanish is better when it comes to buying things, asking where things are and pointing. Lots and lots of expressions along with grammatically incorrect words are what I tend to go with. Greg has a similar level of Spanish ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by lucie_and_ian

10

Don't cry for me Argentina.... Obviously the very first thing that greeted us as we turned on the tv in the apartment we were staying in in Buenos Aires was Madonna's pitiful acting (but ok singing) from Evita. We stayed in Palermo, a fashionable neighbourhood only 5 minutes or so from where Evita herself lived. After our mammoth bus journey from Mendoza we figured that ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Caminito, Torre Monumental, Museo Penitenciario Antonio Ballve, and La Casa de Esteban de Luca.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good