Palermo Place

Nicaragua 5865, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1414, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Antiques and Fangio

A travel blog entry by kevdebem

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... Of course I bought one because I knew Emily would love it and it was only one dollar. This was all I managed to buy.
I got back to Debbie who was most impressed with my antique buying prowess or at least she was too weak to roll her eyes at her goofy husband's antics. She wanted to lay down but not go all the way back to the hotel so I inquired with the cab driver as to a ride to the nearest park. It was so close that ...

Adios

A travel blog entry by randdstanley

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1

... were regarded as regulars. Then it was off to Don Julios for a bit of S & M (steak and Malbec). Once again the meal came up to expectations, a great finale to Argentina.

All the people weve met in S america have been genuinely warm and friendly. Its been a marvellous holiday. Now looking forward to the traditional end-of-holiday pint of Pride and a ruby.

So adios from BA

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Racoleta cemetery and markets

A travel blog entry by nimeri

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... some have not been kept very well; the glass roofs broken, letting in broken tiles, dirt, grass and weeds and even rubbish into the tombs. To me it seems unnatural to try and immortalise ourselves in these man-made contraptions, and its apparent that nature takes over in the end anyway. I found that comforting. You can see many caskets right through the door of a lot of the mausoleums. Many also have ...

Dogs Everywhere

A travel blog entry by deb_and_john

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Got a bus to Palermo. The traffic is absolutely chaotic! Most of the streets in San Telmo and the Centre are one way and very narrow which is good because I will at least attempt to cross them. Unfortunately on the narrow streets the footpaths are also very narrow so single file it is. Palermo is a supposedly upmarket suburb and it has lots of parks and gardens. We went to the Japanese gardens which ...

Buenos Dias Argentina!

A travel blog entry by iregester

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... to go down to Miami.
We stopped in Ft. Myers on our way and then Miami where we spent Sunday night as we had a morning flight on Monday. All went well, uneventful and on time!
Got to BA early evening, went through passport control and customs without any issues and were in the cab in no time... We actually arrived at the apartment about an hour ahead of schedule so... of course no one was there yet to let us in! No problem, we ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Monserrat area of Buenos Aires, is near Temaiken Park, OpscionSur Tours, Opcion Sur, and Centro Cultural Islamico.
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