Loi Suites Arenales Hotel

Address: Arenales 855, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1061AAC, Argentina | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Edificio Kavanagh, Walichu Caves, and Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco.
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      Visit to San Miguel to be a therapist for the day!

      A travel blog entry by chizshennan on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... an alarm clock, if they bring anything it goes in the cupboard, labelled "deposits" all the rooms are very basic and apart from bunk beds and a small bedside cabinet located centrally in the room, it seems bare, the beds are made every morning at 7am by the patients and they are made to look like they have never been slept in...this is good I guess but seemed a little militant, hence me thinking it mirrors the image of a military camp...after ...

      Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on Aug 01, 2014

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      ... so in love with the city was because it so closely resembles one I already had great affection for. I spent entire days in coffee shops on sunny plazas reading and making notes, perused the numerous antiquarian book stores, watched an elderly couple dance the tango in a square one Sunday afternoon and admired the work of Latin American artists in arguably the finest galleries South America had to offer. Buenos Aires was, by all accounts, the beating ...

      Buenos Aires, my home away from home

      A travel blog entry by hanajean on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... live, 63 year old Bob from England who was there visting after sailing Cape Horn and Patagonia, and me. So Bob and i became friends and visited a traditional Estancia the next day where we rode horses, drank red wine, ate empanades, played cards, were entertained by a cowboy singing traditional songs then doing horse tricks and then driven back to the hostel.

      The next day i decided to walk into the next town about 4km away and have a coffee before coming home. About ...

      Big City Adventures

      A travel blog entry by rktravel on Feb 13, 2014

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      ... was of course another free museum thanks to our agent, Julie Beall! (Thanks mom!) Buenos Aires Fine Arts museum also boasts a fabulous collection, air conditioning, and impressive views from the upper balcony. We spent yet another hour letting our eyes explore the old paintings, sculptures and tapestries before finally heading home on the last, very hot, stretch of our ride. Somehow, for such a massive and busy city, we felt completely safe ...

      I See Dead People, and Their Graves are FABULOUS!

      A travel blog entry by pric5457 on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... college. I also enjoyed the kid section and liked their take on kid books. Some of them had wonderful illustrations. It really shows the artistic side of Argentina (which is not hard to find).

      The streets of Ricoleta are more European than Latin American. I have not been to Europe, but I felt like I was walking down small streets in Spain or Italy. It's much better to walk than ride in a car there to get the full ...