Park Central Unique Hotel

Av Roque Saenz Pena 1174, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1035AAT, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Teatro Colon, Recoleta, Palermo Viejo, and Torre Massué.
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    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... even cheaper way to travel are the free city bikes, for which foreigners have to provide photocopies of your passport ID and stamps pages and there are even a few city cycle lanes too. Sounds great except they have no maps of routes or pick up/drop off locations and you have to check in at one of these every hour – impossible then to explore some of the large riverside parks which would be my only reason for using one.


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    Day 4 - Walking tour of Centro

    A travel blog entry by jmbatten on May 12, 2014

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    ... tour, so we said goodbye to Jessica and headed back to Cafe Tortoni to meet Adrian for lunch. We ended up eating at the café and Rob tried his first Fernet and Coke (probably his last, too!) here. Fernet and Coke is a popular drink in Argentina so Rob, always game, decided to try it.... He wasn't too impressed! :-) After lunch, we walked around Centro some more, including heading back to where we started our walking tour a ...

    Day 22: Pool and Taxes

    A travel blog entry by msj322 on Feb 09, 2014

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    ... of cow and pig were hanging over the grill waiting for somebody to order. The curb appeal worked for me.

    In Argentina it is very common to order wine with your meal, so I asked the waiter (he spoke English) what he recommended. He quickly pointed to a half a bottle of a Red Malbec, so I figured I would listen to him. For the main course I ordered a 550 gram filet ...

    Palermo Culture

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... world.

    Next came the venison tartare and a perfect duck dish which were matched with two different Malbec's one from the Uco Valley which was a more elegant style whilst the other two were more powerful and full bodied. The first was a Shiraz from Mendoza and the second Malbec of the night was from the northern part of Patagonia and packed a punch. It was very well balanced but at 15.1% alcohol is no light weight.

    Before the two dessert courses, ...

    I see dead people... And cats. Not dead cats.

    A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 07, 2013

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    ... reclaimed from the river when previous generations of Argentinians dumped building material in it). We figured out a bit too late that there's a weird exchange rate in Argentina where the demand for dollars is a lot higher than the official exchange rate would suggest. We were using our cards and getting about 8.9 pesos to the pound, then we found some weird men on the street that gave 8.5 pesos for dollars, large bills only. Now this may sound super dodgy, it is, ...