Posada San Isidro

Maipu 66, San Isidro, Capital Federal District, 1642, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Isidro

Buenos Aires, Argentina

A travel blog entry by joeandmez


... is all delicious and amazing but it really really was).

Next up we were served the most amazing chorizo, baked cheese, bread and Argentinian chimi-choori. By combining these 4 things it created what Joe thinks has been the best tasting thing this whole trip.

Next up was main course which was simply. Steak. The steak had been ...

Buenos Aires... The journey begins!

A travel blog entry by kate_matt


After a relatively smooth flight, we arrived in BA and soon started to feel like we had been dropped in the deep end slightly! Barely anyone spoke a word of English in the airport and it took us a good while just to get some dollars exchanged and some coins for the public bus to our hostel. We eventually sorted ourselves out and got a 2 hour bus into the city and to the 'party' hostel which we had booked for 2 nights in advance to get us started. At this point we were ...

To the end of the earth and back

A travel blog entry by tipsygypsy


... lively, European-esque city provided. This time it serves as the starting and ending points of an adventure into Argentinian and Chilean Patagonia. Armed with my new winter jacket, two sets of gloves, a toque and thermals, I ventured out on some exploring. This included 5 days of hiking, including two relatively easy days. The other three days were challenging enough, one 11.5 hour scramble to the ...

Day 40: Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by travelbutton


... forming the pebbles on the river. We stopped for a delicious sandwich (has a special name but I don't know what that was) where we chose the meat, then there was a table of salad fillings. Was outside next to the beach/reserve and super delish. The weather turned against us in the afternoon, but luckily, as we'd forgotten to bring our ponchos, was not too bad and stopped just in time for me to sing "don't cry for me Argentina" ...

Buenos Aires And The End

A travel blog entry by cladd


... took us up to the top floor with many jarring bumps and disconcerting bangs, and looked out from our window at an impressive view of the city's main street. The weather looked like it was brightening up, with patches of blue sky poking out from behind the clouds, so we set out on a walk around Buenos Aires's microcentro - the historic heart of the city. This involved crossing over the humongous main street, a rather intimidating prospect when sixteen lanes ...


This hotel, located on Maipu 66, San Isidro, is near Cafe Tortoni, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, Cabildo, and Boedo.
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