Loi Suites Recoleta
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... update on the whole cruzification story of dear Jesus but also fun time with the family and kids as well as a typical Argentinian assado (BBQ). My Spanish was improving and so was my housing situation after that week. I moved in with two lovely women in a beautiful rebuild apartment with roof top terrace in Palermo. One of the loveliest parts of Buenos Aires with loads of nice little shops and restaurants around AND of course tango:) I would visit the family often though, to cook and ...
... an amusement park.
Scariest part: I was scared when Eli had his bag stolen by robbers.
Saddest part: Seeing homeless people on ...
... of portraiture... and revitalised contemporary figurative sculpture'.
The accompanying film depicting his making process was also really interesting, filmed in his north London studio in the months prior to the exhibition.
After a few hours we left feeling really pleased to have made the visit and greatly enjoyed our PROA Foundation experience. Well worth a ...
... Next day we finally got a bit of kick in our shoes and
checked this town out a little. The buildings are old, the architecture is
beautiful and there is graffiti on everything. Once you can accept this you
realise it is a beautiful city. People are super trendy and relaxed, no one
goes out until midnight, this is not a joke, and there is literally a club or
restaurant on every street corner. People seem to go out for dinner just ...
Walk down Defenza to see San Telmo famous for its antiques, tango, retro stores and the bustling market at Plaza Dorrego. Great homewares and knick knacks at Took a snap at Argentinas narrowest house and stopped by the old women's prison. Bus crashes as we enter San Telmo. Small issue of a bridge and a bus that's too high. La Boca - colorful streets and buildings. Lying on the Riachuelo (the little river that empties into the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet