Park Tower

Av Leandro N. Alem 1193, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1001, Argentina | 5 star hotel
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Last Leg of the Adventure

A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth


... really connected us. This experience is uniquely our own and even though we blog about it, talk about it and post pictures, the memories, trips and encounters – both good and bad, are ours. Yes, parts of the trip were a little rocky, mostly minor issues, but that’s bound to happen when doing a trip like this. You learn to buck up, chin up and get over it - we are in a land that doesn't operate like the US and we know that. We are just glad I didn’t have ...

It's not weird, it's just different

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... going to API, I decided to return home to change my shoes because my feet were killing me. When I did, I found out that it was Mercedes's brother's birthday and they were all going out. I got to see her niece, Anita, and her nephew, Federico, and it was happy. I found out that they're sleeping here tomorrow and I'm excited :). At API, we had a cooking night where we learned how to make empanadas and alfajores. DELICIOUS. Mmm. When the empanadas were finished cooking, ...

And more exploration...!!

A travel blog entry by curlsandtales


... City Walking Tour Another one organised through a hostel (this time the Art Factory in San Telmo) which was a city tour but focusing on history and politics. The guide was great and took us to the main monuments whilst telling us a lot more than if we'd just followed the guide book route. We took a bit more time at the Cathedral than normal and saw the huge screens and flags which have been erected outside the Cathedral since the Pope was elected. The tour finished in ...


A travel blog entry by peteandal


... man and had fallen asleep so we asked the driver and checked we were going the right way, the driver and the Police man looked at our map and seemed determined to get us home and I swear he went off route!! The Police man wanted to escort us home so we went with him and he was the nicest guy ever and gave us a little guided tour and dropped us at our hostel! The people in Buenos Aires are SO NICE! We've actually found everyone we've ever ...

Extenuating Expectations

A travel blog entry by adventureingenu


... during my marriage, and my husband never felt the same way. I now have a better understanding why. Life is simply harder here. Work is hard to find, a decent salary is the stuff of legends. Doing your weekend errands can be a day-long excursion as Target doesn't exist. Supermarkets are few and far between. Public transportation here is dependable, but too many depend on it. To traverse the city takes at least an hour, sometimes three. I have ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Edificio Kavanagh, Walichu Caves, Silvia y Mario Shop Florida, and Poppy's.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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