Palermo Place By P Hotels

Nicaragua 5865, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1414, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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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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    Buenos Aires, my home away from home

    A travel blog entry by hanajean on Mar 29, 2014

    46 photos

    ... time there, it was very quiet and all the shops closed between 12-4pm for siesta. They also had a chocolateria that i enjoyed visting! I also enjoyed playing cards with Bob and hearing all his funny stories...he sent me an email a week later saying that its lucky he met me and heard my bag stealing story because the same thing happened to him the next day back in Buenos Aires and he would have lost everything if i hadn't warned him!

    Back in Buenos Aires i was excited ...

    Buenos Aires sightseeing day 2

    A travel blog entry by burke1961 on Feb 19, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... elegant embassies. Whilst we found the Botanical Gardens, and walked a city block in a circle trying to get in, we could not find an entrance :(( We wandered a bit in Palermo Soho but I was too footsore to make it to Palermo Hollywood.

    Thankfully, tomorrow we have nearly a 6hr busride to the beach at Mar del Plata (sort of like our Surfers Paradise, apparently). I will be able to rest my very weary bones. Hoping for good weather and maybe a ...

    Hot hot hot!

    A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jan 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... then took off back into the sun. Our goal was to make it to the Feriade Recoleta, an open air market, followed by the Cemeterio de Recoleta, the cemetery/park in which Evita is buried. We only made it to the Feriade, it seems. The market was fantastic, with all sorts of handmade goods for sale for incredibly cheap. A necklace made with a bamboo coral wrapped in silver (handmade, by the way) cost me essentially ...

    Day one in Argentina...

    A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Nov 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... for gout, but and sure as we get going we will start eating some vegetables at some point.

    Apparently at one point the government did manage to get the Peso down to about 3 per dollar, but there is quite a lot of corruption and instability so its shot back up – great for us, not so great for anyone here that wants to travel anywhere else! Inflation here can be so bad that the exchange rate can change by 20 percent or so in a few hours. The prime minister ...

    Buenos Aires: Cementerio de la Recoleta

    A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Sep 19, 2013

    6 comments, 30 photos

    ... are always flowers weaved into the lattice work of the gate, but I couldn't find them.

    I was at the end of a main avenue when I heard a whistle from the other end. I looked behind me and there was a guard, basically telling me it was time to leave. I pointed to the exit and somehow he knew I was looking for Evita. I heard him shout out 'Evita" and I walked toward him. He smiled big, took my hand, commented on how frío I was, and walked ...