Hotel Maipu

Address: 735 Maipu, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Corrientes, Belgrano, and Palermo Chico.
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      Dinner with Rodolfo

      A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... in your lifetime."

      "Oh, yes," he replied. But he would not be drawn on politics, beyond commenting with a chuckle when another fresh Cuba Libre appeared in front of me that "Cuba will never be free!".

      The band had returned.

      "This is modern jazz, I like it," he said approvingly, before commenting more than once of the singer, "She's crazy!". When the second band arrived at midnight, he was considerably more disparaging: "This is like jazz from the 1920s!"

      Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South?"

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 26, 2014

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      ... of politics.The citizens have their own mayor and public services,the city in effect is a “Province” and this has only recently come into effect in the last 15 years.
      The city is divided into areas, La Boca,San Telmo,Monserrat,Recoleta,Palermo,Balvan era and San Nicolas.Each of these areas have their own unique characters and quirks.My hotel is in the Recoleta area which sits between Avenue del Liberatador and Avenue Sante Fe,it is renowned for its French ...


      A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Mar 19, 2014

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      ... leave Retiro.

      But, if you're able to make it out alive, even if it means paying 100 pesos for a 5 minute Remis ride, you will shortly encounter the fascinating black magic that is Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires is a HUGE city, just the amount of traffic is mesmerizing. Lost in the madness, we did all of the usual things, saw a tango show, went to the botanic and Japanese gardens, spent a morning shopping in the leather factories, ...

      NW Argentina-back to Baires

      A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Mar 02, 2014

      ... se na sebe pratelsky koukame.Jsme si dost blizke na to,ze se zname neco pres rok..Nase cesta po Argentine je dost silna.Obe v sobe mame tolik emoci.. Veru a jeji hlasky.."protahnu si nozicky pak empanada z lamicky"apod.Nektere jsou nepublikovatelne:-) Driving..stopping off..taking group photos..Veru's camera falls down..but it is ok.. Rivers everywhere..more north the rivers are Garganta del Diablo-a hole in a rock formation.Cave like.Helmer ...


      A travel blog entry by lou_w on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... isn't a lot of nature (besides plazas and park and what people can cram onto the side of their apartments/balconies). But for a big city, I do love BA. You know when you read tour guides and they say it's the people that make you stay? And you sometimes wonder what the hell they were talking about? Well, BA portenos confirm the "people make the place" theory. They made me feel like home... Paying for my bus fare, ...