Magnolia Hotel Boutique

Julian Alvarez 1746, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1414, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Museo Evita, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, and Opera Pampa.
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    Buenos Aires a relic of what once was

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Dec 14, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Touch down in Argentina brought an added excitement to Jenny as she has it in her mind to travel to all seven continents sooner versus later. We really appreciate her absolute desire to see the world and experience all it has to offer. There's no question that the time spent abroad has taught her to be accepting of other's beliefs and welcoming of …

    Buenos Aires - tango diaries of a blue princess

    A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on May 21, 2014

    118 photos

    ... the lovely lady had given the famous speech to the Argentinian population. Don't cry for me Argentina. We were certainly not, even though the sky was making up for it. Walking through the streets of Buenos Aires it sometimes does feel like a European city. In the past the Porteños favored the French building style which can be seen in loads of grand houses in the micro centre of the city. This is also resembled in their huge concert hall the Theatro Colon. What a beauty. When we came ...

    Exploring Buenos Aires on foot

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 21, 2014

    50 photos

    ... of their owners but how are they meant to know who is buried where?! We all got kinda bored after a while so decided to move on.

    The next logical step in the tourist day was to the flower statue thing in one of the main parks in recoletta. Tye flower thing was really cool, it was really bi and looked mechanically powered. I guess it opens and closes. Maybe even dependin on what season it is? No idea. We walked around and ended ...

    BA WAYS

    A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke on Jan 30, 2014

    ... markets, or anything from stationery to underwear that gets sold on the train or in the street. I can't imagine it's particularly lucrative (would you buy your underwear from someone in a park?), but you have to respect that so many of them are trying. 9. The locals are wonderful. I'm amazed at how many of them give money to the buskers / random vendors on the trains. They have seemed really kind and helpful too (e.g. Man paying for 2 of us to get on the ...

    Don't cry for me Argentina

    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Nov 24, 2013

    31 photos

    ... Golden hall is an appropriate name as the mouldings are real gold..... Speaking of stunning architecture, Buenos Aires has no shortage of it. One such area is San Telmo, part of the old city. The Sunday artisan market here is world renowned and I believe it! It goes on for something crazy like 40 city blocks and very rarely will you see the same thing twice. This is the best market I have ever been to! Last but not least, we bused over the ...