Hotel Lourdes

Av. Callao, 44, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1022, Argentina | Hotel
 

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Don't cry for us Argentina . . .

A travel blog entry by pinklady27

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... but still the gate would not open! Shrugging his shoulders he pointed to the ticked office. Handing the card to the lady we went over the fact that we had charged it with more than sufficient funds before looking back to the lady. She looked confused and was turning the card over and over? Instinctively John's hand went back to his pocket and pulled out another card which she smiled at with recognition, we had only been trying to access ...

Back in BA

A travel blog entry by rktravel

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Landing back in the big city was another dramatic change for us, but luckily we chose a nice hostel in the Recoletta neighborhood that also just so happened to be about a 4 minute walk from where our dear friend, Grace Michaels, is spending her semester living and studying in the city. Everything fell into place perfectly, and gave all three of us a few nights to relax in good company. After four months of traveling it was amazing ...

Hello Buenos Aires - Hello Sunshine

A travel blog entry by lindb

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Upon arrival to Buenos Aires it took a while to get our baggage but once we'd got it, we then took a taxi to the Sabatico Hostel in the Monserrat District. The taxi was relatively cheap from the domestic airport - about 100 Pesos (£10). When checking in they did not have any double rooms as booked so I ended up in a 5 bed dorm all to myself, but I would have to change half way thru the week. The hostel is tired but clean enough for what we paid in a ...

Markets and music, a lovely day!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

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... I saw one rider riding right down the center divider line of a busy avenue and another following a speeding ambulance with his siren going (this guy wins the bonus prize for creativity).

If you are ever in this city as a pedestrian, keep your eyes up and do what the locals do. No one really waits for the Walk light to appear to cross at an intersection. If the way is clear then you can go. June is such a rule follower it took me ...

A Taste of Argentina

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

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We mostly relaxed (relaxed, recovered, call it what you will) during the day. I did some work on my grad school applications and Holly read. The highlight of the day, and another of the highlights of our time in BA, was the cooking class we did with Manuel and Veronica of Tierra Negra Cooking. I started looking into cooking classes on the previous Saturday. The first class I found was Saturday at 11am. It was 11:05 when I was reading about it, so that one was out. The ...

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This hotel, located in the C3 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Plaza San Martin, Congreso, and Palermo Viejo.
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