The Migueletes Plaza

Address: Calle Migueletes 1245, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1426BUQ, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Bosques de Palermo, Temaiken Park, Museo de Arte Espanol Enrique Larreta, and Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.
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          Racecar and goodbyes and frustration

          A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Jun 16, 2015

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          ... and then we went back and I had to say goodbye to everyone again. But not after a few silly pictures. They are crazy. Just like me. It was hard to say goodbye, but I felt so happy because my family was the last to say goodbye to me. Lida and Guilherme and Julian were there with me. The people I talk with the most frequently throughout the year. They said I'm the first one who's come back to visit from any of the exchange students. I believe it. I don't believe everyone ...

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          ... is **** so when you get decent internet you can't get off the thing. In reality you only need about 10minutes to check Instagram, Facebook, snapchat and skysports news. Any more time spent on your phone and you're just flogging a dead horse. Took it easy that night because we planned to go to Cordoba the following ...

          Late nights in Buenos Aires

          A travel blog entry by goodner on Mar 22, 2015

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          ... of Buenos Aires, and Caroline noticed that Wynton Marsalis was performing there on Wednesday night. The opportunity to see one of the best Jazz artists of our times in one of the most famous theaters in the world was too good to pass up. We found the theater's website and purchased four tickets. It was a painful process since the website was only in Spanish and didn't seem to accept our credit cards at first, but we managed to stumble our way through it ...

          Living like Porteños in Buenos Aires

          A travel blog entry by vero_jerome on Feb 08, 2015

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          Living La Vida Local

          A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Jan 10, 2015

          6 comments, 36 photos

          ... 8217;t know if this was particular to our neighborhood of Palermo or more widespread. I suspect the latter. It’s hazardous to admire either the architecture or the “street art” and continue walking for two reasons: first, the sidewalks have settled unevenly all over town; second, the concept of “pooper scooping” has not made it to Argentina. While I saw a few people carrying plastic shopping bags as they ...