Las Naciones Hotel

Address: Av. Corrientes 818, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta, Teatro Colon, Palermo Viejo, and Secretaría de Comunicaciones.
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires August 8th - 14th

    A travel blog entry by mariekell on Aug 09, 2015

    ... pants I have ever seen. My manky Inca trail runners did leave a few stains on his Daz white pants as we had to do a few legsy moves! The hour flew by and once it was finished myself and Elaine disappeared from sight trying to finish a poem that we had started about our trip. We had quite a few problems trying to get it printed off in reception and Ash and Aud who had been upstairs getting ready for a few drinks in the bar were starting to become a bit suspicious as to why the two of ...

    Argentina: The Land of Silver

    A travel blog entry by kristen_bjorlin on May 22, 2015

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    ... settlers as we roamed down the "caminito", gazing up the brightly painted houses and displayed artwork. On our return to the university, our tour guide recounted how the first spaniards came here in search of gold. but instead found silver. Argentina, he told us, means the land of the silver. And for me the meaning holds true, while i haven't discovered what I expected, I still found something wonderful.


    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by sueton on Feb 22, 2015

    Sunday is San Telmo market day - San Telmo is the oldest district (barrio) dating back to the 17th century We walked from our hotel to the San Telmo Markets, down Calle Defensa, together with the adjoining cobbled streets it has hundreds of stalls selling unique artifacts, antiques, clothes and crafty items - We a headed to Plaza Dorrego where the main action ...

    Tourism in Argentina

    A travel blog entry by feria48 on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... a day in Lima. This opportunity was very interesting, because we knew Lima and we have made new friends and sightseeing the architecture in this old city and we have eaten sea food dish and I've learned the "Marinera" dance, is similar to Cumbia, but slowly.

    The next day, We took a taxi to the airport and we caught our flight to Buenos Aires. In this city, we stayed for 4 days, we visited the Serenisima Dairy Plant, ...

    My thoughts on Scottish independence

    A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... is cheaper than water, because the government fears a revolution if they reduce their subsidy, while almost everything else has to be imported because the farming & manufacturing industries are almost non-existent, resulting in low employment and the flow of commodities such as flour & toilet paper being used to affect national morale & destabilise the government. And there, the oil industry is largely nationalised - can Scotland make a success of ...