Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites

Address: Diaz Colodrero 2513, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, c1431BZC, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

    Last stop

    A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Mar 25, 2015

    18 photos

    ... would have otherwise.

    The next morning (this morning) we woke up and made a decision: to return home a day early. It's not that we haven't been enjoying Buenos Aires -- we're staying in a lovely apartment in a popular part of the city and the weather's been perfect -- but we had the opportunity to make the change and it meant that the girls could start back at school the same day that their classmates returned from spring break. We still have ...

    Argentinian bugs, thugs and Bolivian harmony!!

    A travel blog entry by liamanduna on Mar 19, 2015

    5 comments, 103 photos

    ... Only stayed in Potosi for one night and the following day before we left we done a little bit of exploring. Potosi is generally famous for 'The Mountain that eats Men' which is a mine tour you can do which is meant to be pretty scary but very cool. We slept in and missed the tour and so didnt have a chance to do it (Una gives a sigh of relief) haha.

    After Potosi we made the short 4 hour bus ride to Sucre. Again just a pit stop but with enough time to have a ...

    The big day in BA.

    A travel blog entry by chris_day on Dec 17, 2014

    1 comment

    ... heading out for a city tour of Buenos Aries. The city of BA is incredibly diverse. Highlight... Wait for it.... Was the cemetery. Just fascinating to see how the rich bury (and display/showcase) their loved ones. For the cost of an apartment you could have your own tomb which stands about 3 metres from the ground and 14 below and can house your entire extended ...

    Markets & Steaks

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 12, 2014

    Viv dragged Sam, Rach and I out of bed by 11 and having showered we headed to a Sunday Market 20 minutes across town. I had felt better, and for the first few hours I was still drunk. When the hangover came it came in force. The stalls were mainly filled with old **** I don't think anyone would want. Some old school silverware perhaps? Or how about a bottle of coke from the 80's? Or maybe a wooden tennis racket? There ...

    Having a ball in Buenos Aires!

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... swinging around wooden mallets later in the afternoon), we went to watch a real polo match and be introduced to some of the polo horses. Luckily, all the horses were in great shape and really well taken care of (Peter would have had a word otherwise). The owner Reuben was great fun and is a professional polo player. He owns a couple of ranches and over 100 polo horses (totally minted). The match was so much faster that we had anticipated! Horses never stop moving, mallets ...