Hotel Carly

Humberto 1 464 / 66, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1103ACJ, Argentina | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by garyjampot


Airesh July – 4th August 2009:

We spent our last day in Australia on a trek round the outdoor shops of Sydney, eg. Their Millet's etc looking for some new sleeping bags. I wasn't even going to bother with a bag at all but after some last minute research Ang & I came to the conclusion that it was going to be arctic, especially …

San Telmo

A travel blog entry by tonipercy


San Telmo is the home of Tango in BA. Cobbled streets and aging mansions hold boutiques interspersed with antique shops and hostels.

It used to be fashionable to live in San Telmo until a series of epidemics starting in 1870 drove the rich and elite north to Recoleta and Palermo. Many of the huge mansions were split up into cramped …

Green suburbs, fake Pesos, Tango Show

A travel blog entry by tonipercy


Breakfast of 2 croissants and a flat white of sorts all for P8 or $2.50. Gotta love that. Fortified, we were off for more walking about Buenos Aires.

Headed to Plaza de Mayo to catch the subway up to Palermo. The subway is meant to be cheap and easy to get about, open Monday to Sunday except public hols. Well, not a public hol but the …

Walking Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by tonipercy


BA is spread out as a city so walking around got in our exercise quota.

Many parts of BA are tired but you can see the beauty in the stunning 19th century European architecture. The foot paths are broken and cracked in places, scaffolding is up on lots of buildings, graffiti is mixed in with gorgeous shop fronts. Very eclectic mix. Watch …

Roasting in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by sebou


Since the last entry we went out ot a Batucado (Drum orchestra jamming type of thing). Incredible beats, with various South American drums but the lead drummer was african and was on a djembe. He was also extraordinarily good. What was really amazing is how they played well together, each drum type playing a specific rythm, stopping, starting and …


This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Calatrava Bridge, Pasaje La Defensa, Museo Penitenciario Antonio Ballve, and Plaza Roberto Arlt.
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