NH Latino

Suipacha, 309, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 6612, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Day 2 - Arrival in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by jmbatten


... fries). So, three mains, one and a half bottles of red wine and four coffees came to $260 AR - or approx $26 USD - not bad. :-) We walked around his neighborhood for a bit and then took a cab downtown to find somewhere to change some USD, ending up in Calle Florida and changing money with one of the guys who call out 'Cambio, Cambio!' and change Dollars at the 'Blue dollar rate'. It's all very clandestine as ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... poop. Still not sure why everyone loves this city, especially when our afternoon walk was interrupted by a protest to legalise marajuana. Imagine it would you, about couple of thousand doped up people of all ages and colours walking down the Main Street from the government house to congress stoned out of their heads, drinking, smoking and some carrying children -all with the exact same half smile out of it zombie look on their faces leaving behind a mess of trash and ****. Fun? ...

6 Hot tips to Surviving in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by emezzy


... La Bocha. Beaming with an array of colours, both these babies and the tango shows that happen down here are not to miss.  6. History. With every blog, comes an element of history. For BA, history is not limited. Rather my recollection (to be fair, I spent the first 72 hours of my time in BA in the embassy office - thank you Jake STA Travel Melbourne). What did hit close to home was the military dictatorship which occurred from 1976 - 1983. During this time, thousands ...

Days 115 and 116 - Friendly faces from home

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


... area of BA and weren't surprised to find Jules and Matt in the outside bar next door already one bottle of red wine down. We spent a couple of hours catching up and then headed out for some dinner at a recommended steak restaurant which was great. Everyone was pretty knackered tonight after travelling so we were in bed by midnight. Unfortunately we forgot just how noisy BA is at night - there were bagpipes playing and people singing in our street all night - thank god for ear ...

Cruise ends, Land tour begins

A travel blog entry by eddim


... but hard to find a supermarket or a school. Next we drove through the now elite area of Palermo before returning to Recoleta and visiting the Cementerio de la Recoleta, a large necropolis where "generations of the Argentina’s elite rest in ornate splendor". However this is not the case for all as many of them have been abandoned and in much need of repair, which added a level of creepiness and sadness when walking around and seeing ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta, Cafe Tortoni, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, and Palermo Viejo.
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