Las Naciones Hotel

Av. Corrientes 818, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Buenos Aires - tango diaries of a blue princess

A travel blog entry by missywanderlust


... by the amount of people that were dancing there in a big hall with disco lights on shiny floor. We put ourselves in the medium level dance group and started the lesson. Shoveling around on the pista (dance floor) with about 80 other people wasn't really what we had imagined but showed us quite soon that we were not absolute beginners. Our training in Amsterdam was paying off and when lesson stopped and the milonga started we did get quite some dances. However, as with everything ...

Europe in Latin America...

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... Argentinian exit stamp each, now a total of four, and an entrance stamp to Uruguay. The high speed boat ride took a bit more than one hour, and we walked off into a new country and a new adventure.


During our week in Buenos Aires...

I was surprised to learn that Buenos Aires has the 13th largest jewish population in the world. We found a synagogue and attended for Friday night services.

I didn't mind eating the delicious Italian food ...

Art Notes - Hit and miss

A travel blog entry by ally80


... we made the trip however we did leave feeling a little underwhelmed by the exhibitions and mildly disappointed as two of the four floors were closed for renovation and in the process of installation. Thankfully we had only paid 1 entry.

Afterwards we popped across the road to the popular Plaza Dorrego Bar, with dark wooden tables etched with hundreds of initials and messages - an artwork itself and great way to enjoy our morning coffee.

Marathon: 40 hours from home to hotel

A travel blog entry by gregchinery


... pods?) the posher travellers could afford. Over in cattle-class we would nod off, wake, eat, watch a movie, nod of again, and so on, in what seemed like a drug induced, foggy, alternate reality. My ankles and feet swelled a bit (call me Bilbo); the only side effects thus far are sore eyes, that tired, jet-lagged ache in the body and a vague feeling that I am in a different part of the world, but soon I am going to wake up and it will all have been a ...

Buenos Aires Day 4

A travel blog entry by gjhoy

... can eat dining experience at la siga vaca. It was packed. Luckily we had beaten the lunch rush so we were shown straight to a table. We were asked what bevbidos we would like and a giant jug of coke soon arrived. No such thing as a cup here. We then hit the entradas, two huge bars full of pastas/salads/olives/meats and veggies. Next up carne town. I order bife de chorizo, ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Teatro Colon, Recoleta, Palermo Viejo, and Secretaría de Comunicaciones.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good