NH Latino

Suipacha, 309, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 6612, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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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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    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 12, 2014

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    Bright and sunny morning so stepped out in the centre and
    San Telmo, doing a few touristy bits and getting disappointed yet again on the
    bakery front – they had decided to take the day off!

    Luckily the covered market came up with the goods – OK bread,
    chillies and hot chilli powder. Food here is not spiced at all and they even
    use “aji, which in every other country means chilli, to mean peppers, “aji

    Day 6 - Buenos Aires (Futbol Argentino!!!)

    A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 24, 2014

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    ... at least 10 goals and they made the 2-1 only at 10 minutes to the end. Even if I’m not a massive football fan, I have seen several matches in different stadiums and different countries, but, I swear god, I have never seen people celebrating like Independiente-fans: every fan brings with him/her old paper from home (old shops receipts, old paper-notes, etc.) everything that has some white or red and that can be hold in one hand.

    When the team comes into the ...


    A travel blog entry by jessicajuniper on Feb 18, 2014

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    On Tuesday night I went out to a grungy Tango club! It was an old warehouse covered in graffiti, with beautiful high windows, and local paintings on all the walls. It only cost 40 pesos to get in and an extra 10 to get a lesson. ($5 in total) When I arrived in Argentina I looked at Tango shows and classes. Everything I saw started at 200 US dollars. Once again thanks to Marcos (my ...

    Fuerza Bruta

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Nov 27, 2013

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    ... love BA so far, and do keep talking about living here in the future, and she can properly teach me spanish (even though the ex pat community is so massive here). After quick showers, we met Astrid and Sean outside the cemetery (but not actually as they were late and we ended up meeting them at restaurant instead). This place was nice, but we were running late so everything had to be rushed! When Astrid and Sean sat down they said they had been reading reviews of the show and ...

    Yesterday when the fun began!

    A travel blog entry by nicolelass on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... There are pictures of white scarfs on the ground that represent the movement.

    Also La Boca, which is a really cool neighbourhood in BA. It´s really colourful and has a European feel, and is also famous for it´s soccer team and stadium.

    Another interesting site is Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sul. It was fasinating... the area used to be a beach but it was used to ...