NH Latino

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

Things don't always turn out quite as planned. .

A travel blog entry by chars-phil


Hola from Buenos Aires

Although this wasn't quite the way we had planned to start our trip in South America. . . .

After getting to Sydney slightly late it turned out our flight to Buenos Aires was delayed while they fixed the in flight entertainment. After half an hour we were on our way.

Initially concerned when seated …

A lowlight...

A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys


here i am in paraná, a city with about the same population as wellington. this is off the gringo trail, and i guess there´s a reason :-) i arrived yesterday night and was faced with my first accommodation drama in my travels thus far. travellers do not come here so accommodation is not cheap. after walking around and trying many places i eventually …

Tango in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick

... passive, sombre occasion; on the contrary, it`s an opportunity for protest against current forms of repression and an angry display of `never again`. Seeing the tens of thousands of children, teenagers and adults marching on the streets with banners, we couldn`t help thinking that Britain could really do with some of that political fire. Although the mood was generally positive, with chanting, drumming, and even a Memory-style game of Match The Culprit To The Crime, there was ...

A day in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by jim.diane


... Evita Peron (but not her husband) is buried. The last stop was the Plaza Las Naciones Unidos which has a sculpture of a metal flower that is controlled by the sun and opens and closes depending on the time of day. Back to the ship to rest up before dinner. We had dinner with Arlene, Peter and Lennie then went back to the cabin to finish packing so our suitcases could be out by 11 ...

Hello Buenos Aires - Hello Sunshine

A travel blog entry by lindb


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 ...

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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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