Hotel Colonial

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

Life in BA

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

... class 'barrio' of Palermo where all the cool bars, restaurants and clubs are.
I went to a gig called Bomba de Tiempo which was a drum concert in a semi outdoor venue and it was outstanding. By far the best music event I've been to including Rio Carnival. The drums played beats ranging from drum and base to reggae. It's where the cool kids in BA go on a Monday!
Last night I went to see La Fuerza Bruta which I have ...

Day 183 - La Boca

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... with lots of antique shops, restaurants and little squares. Buenos Aires is very European and sometimes you feel like you are in Europe. There was a little outdoor art festival going on, but by the time we arrived the artists where packing up for the day. In one of the squares, however, they had set up a dance floor and decorated the square. Here we found a crowded dance floor full of people dancing ...

Ten Days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... blue dollar'. Then again, if it wasn't for our friends Michael Sotnyk and Chiara Perano, and there wise words, we might not have used Azimo to turn our Pounds into Pesos... Cheers guys, we owe you a drink! Azimo are a financial services company who specialise in money transfers across the globe. So, online, you send them your pounds and pick up your money from a selected location in your chosen currency. Luckily, there are about 20 locations in Buenos Aires to pick up from. A ...

Palermo walkabout

A travel blog entry by elsie2greg


... heart, perhaps it was the freedom it represented of the playing children. Traffic did come to a standstill once when the ball crossed the street chased by a boy. As many of our friends know, a great coffee is a part of our existence. Just one good coffee a day and we are good to go. The coffee we sampled on our walk just didn't have the desired experience so we paid and moved on after having consumed about a third trying to identify ...

Starting to Feel Some Love

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth


... crowded and warm, so we snagged one of the two tables outside on the sidewalk. The waitress brought us Spanish menus and chatted away to us in Spanish, so I don't think she realized we couldn't speak it or read the menu (we later found out they have English menus when we came back for takeout another night). Making a best guess at what was on the menu, we ordered an appetizer of sushi rolls, a yellow curry entree, and a bottle of syrah. At least we didn't have ...


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