InterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires
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I would reccommend this hotel because is very well located and the hotel itself is a luxus option, I did make the reservation thru this page I do really reccommend as well http://www.bookinseconds.com/en/hotels/argentina/buenos_aires.html
I hope I can help other travellers with my tips and I´ll keep you informed since I am planning a wide open travel to this continent country of Argentina
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... photography. This is the kind of place where you have to force yourself to put the camera down and enjoy, especially if you are a wannabe photographer.
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... where we spotted giraffes, a hippo and flamingos through the fence. We arrived at the Botanical Gardens a quiet, shady hideaway for locals to enjoy their lunch break or simply to escape the city rush. From here we walked up through the streets of 'Soho' a sub suburb of Palermo. Cafes, restaurants, bars and trendy clothing stores line the streets and are very inviting. We stopped for lunch at Carico where the menu of the day was a good deal. For $8AUD we enjoyed ...
... a cool loft design including a small mezzanine with the bed on it. Basically I loved this room. I loved it so much. I never realised how much I would miss simple things, like charging my phone overnight, Netflix, consistently hot showers, Ribena, good cheese, putting toilet paper in the toilet, decent napkins. Hence the 2 hours in the bathroom I mentioned earlier.
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