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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Principado Buenos Aires
This hotel was recommended by our travel agent. We were not disappointed, They served great steaks! And Malbec wine.
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... They have been doing lion masks with me, problem is when you need to think of ideas that is when you cannot think of any. So if anyone has any ideas please let me know. Went to two english classes classes last week old for people that are around about my age who can speak English very fluently. It was nice to meet the people as they are the same age as me and they were real friendly. My second english class was with the children here in ...
... br> no help there.
Earned a good lunch in a popular café, a 80 peso (£4) menu
del dia – had an empanada to start, massive juicy chicken breast with fries, crème
caramel (flan) for afters washed down by a Coke. Typical Argentinian cuisine –
not a vegetable, except a little bit of onion, in sight and the flan was
finished off with a big dollop of dulce de leche!
... at a nearby museum showcasing the artwork of Oscar Agustín Alejandro Schulz Solari aka Xul Solar (1887-1963), a Buenos Aires native. The museum showcased his paintings in the house in which he lived most of his life in BA's Abasto neighborhood. His colorful work, based on his interest and studies of Astrology, Kabbalah, I Ching, Philosophy, religions and beliefs of the ancient East, India, and the Pre-Colombian world, seemed well beyond the times in which he lived ...
... I was really tired and badly needed to pee - but after checking the bus toilet, decided to wait. It was agony but I managed to get through by sleeping. We arrived in Buenos Aires around 11pm. First thing I did was use the baño! We were all feeling pretty achey and exhausted by now. Feeling too tired to buy our ongoing bus tickets we caught a taxi to Koten Hotel. While the staff ...
... bit of attention to the cambio guys. I guess they want a good rate on any dollars they might have as well). Even when it's all counted out, you still have to sit there in awkward silence painstakingly going through each note checking the watermark and other features to ensure it's not a fake as there are apparently many fraudulent notes in circulation.
On our second trip, we didn't have to go through the daunting procedure of entering an unknown building with ...