Hotel Pizarro

Address: Pizarro 5367, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Carnival 2015, Drums, Songs, and More Bad Kids

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Feb 17, 2015

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... and may have some people over for food. Online, I found it more information about the street festivals or murgas that do happen on the weekends leading up to and through Carnival days. There is also a much bigger parade type celebration in a city a few hours from here (Gualguaychu), but because I didn't figure all of this out until rather late in the game, all of the decent places to stay and bus seats were gone. I debated on renting a car to go ...

All of a Sudden, I'm an Art Lover

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Feb 07, 2015

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... simply notice more of the street art around town; every time I pass real art, I want to whip out my camera.

Lastly, two new friends and I happened to wander by an outdoor photo exhibit one day. There were really lovely portraits of different people printed on photos, and a sign that read (in Spanish), “If you see a photo you like, take it.” What a cool idea. ...

Familia y lluvia

A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Nov 04, 2014

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... and ate un sandwich y una torta in the famous Cafe Tortoni on Av del Mayo. Walked through the cobble stoned streets and mural-laden walls of the San Telmo Barrio. And strolled down Puerto Madero's water way hand in hand. Now back at home base with Esther and Oscar, bellies full with polenta and flan con dulce de leche, socks wrung out and hanging to dry, and the rain has finally gone to ...

Heading off to the famous markets ! con mi amigas

A travel blog entry by chizshennan on Sep 07, 2014

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... full of street dancers and live bands singing away, there are a lot of different things going on on each side of the street where people, local or tourists can get involved. The street sellers are selling anything from jewellery to antique medals and the food is local burritos and empanadas which are like little Cornish pasties. We managed to all get split up so then I headed home.


Tango Unchained

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 20, 2014

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... the rain people were crowded outside cafes with tv screens watching the match. We stopped from time to time catching a glimpse of the screen to see what the score was. We finally arrived at our hostel, not aptly named the Ritz, just in time for the final few minutes, the air was tense we waited for Brazil to win. The receptionist shook Lotus' hand after believing her to be Brazilian and was confused when she presented her Tanzanian passport, with a Portuguese ...

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