Hotel Colonial

Gral Manuel N Savio 2195, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires! Cemetery and city wandering...

A travel blog entry by lpringle


Our night bus was amazing with fully reclining seats and a 3 course hot dinner and breakfast, so when we arrived in BA we were feeling pretty fresh! We dropped our stuff off Millhouse Avenue hostel which is a HUGE converted mansion and had some breakfast and then headed out. We've adopted an 18 year old Australian girl called Tiffany, who as usual for young people we meet we've renamed fresher, so the four of us went to wander around ...

Tango Time

A travel blog entry by rainman2468


We arrived in Buenos Aires around midday. It was going to be the first bed we had slept in for a few weeks so Megs made the most of it that night getting an early sleep after the city tour that afternoon. I headed out with some of the group to see a local jazz concert. It was held in what seemed like an abandoned warehouse with a few thousand people all mostly local. In fact we seemed to be the only tourists there. We headed out to a few clubs after the concert. It was ...

Buenos Aires, and leaving Patagonia...

A travel blog entry by andresturner

... there was a man with one arm, loading baggage. He was taking, one by one, people's bags and tossing them inside the loading bay. Upon my turn, he set ours aside, and I was a little weary of why. They are pretty big/heavy bags, but there were many others with very large suitcases, and oddly shaped, wrapped packages. I waited a couple minutes, then boarded the bus, and continued looking out the window to make sure they were put underneath the bus.

Day 63 Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... my cornflakes though I simply missed the bowl in my hang over haze spilling milk everywhere. I was so tired I nearly cried with my mistake. The staff just laughed at me though saying I must have had a good night. Eventually Larry and Beto popped around the corner and we checked out to make sure we weren't charged for an extra night. After checking out we thought it would be a good idea if we went to a cafe for a submarino. These are speciality hot drinks of Argentina. It is pretty ...

Last Day in Argentina

A travel blog entry by graybeard


... 72 servants was required to keep the home functioning. There was one servant who had the job of maintaining the chandeliers. It took him three months to make the rounds of all the chandeliers in the palace, then he'd start over.

In 1938 it was sold to an Argentine social club, a military officer's association, the Círculo Militar to which it still belongs. The palace is incredibly ornate and furnished luxuriously. It is beyond my imagining how much ...


This hotel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Temaiken Park, Alto Palermo, and Centro Cultural Islamico.
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