Da Vinci Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Da Vinci Hotel Buenos Aires
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... 2 Argentinian couples I met near Cafayate
and who had recommended coming here. They gave me some advice on a walk and
later, when we met again, warned that Catamarca was full of thieves!
Their walk was a bit long, with steep uphills and would not
be good given the direction of the sun so did a short walk, with another dog,
of my own and then retired to the centre to grab a coffee.
Stopped at Maimara ...
... mausoleums. We took the metro over to the Recoleta area and wandered around the cemetery for awhile. The mausoleums were really something else, like no other cemetery that I've ever seen. While in the area, we also bought tickets for that night to Fuerza Bruta, a modern dance type show that's sort of like a cross between Cirque de Soleil and Blue Man Group. After getting the tickets we got some delicious lunch at an adorable cafe nearby. After eating we were soooo full and ...
Steve and Kerry were up a bit later and had a lie in, Kim and Mark had gone out for walk into the city for a look at the theatre colon and some of the river boats on the port. We had breakfast just before it ended then went shopping to florida street the main shopping street in the centre. This wasn't great for clothes but we did manage to get some of our dollars changed on the black market. Afterwards we headed to the shopping mall in the ...
... treated the woman in the wheelchair. We were near a dumpster when a man called to us in Spanish. I saw he was standing next to one of the garbage pickup carts we had seen in the city and gesturing toward a large cardboard box with other boxes in it. I helped him lift the box up and put it on top of the cart. He thanked me profusely and apologized to Holly for disturbing us. I'm grateful for the opportunity to make a better choice this ...
... to yet. I feel like we are burning the candle at both ends!
Sunday we had decided was a chill out day. We did absolutely nothing until we went out in the evening with Ester. For an appetizer, we were taken to a Churro house. Churros are like long donuts, covered in sugar. The ones we had were also filled with dulce de leche. Its caramelized milk - think kiwi condensed milk with caramel – heavenly and straight to my thighs! Especially when we dipped them in hot ...