Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel

Carlos Pellegrini 877, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1009ABQ, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Three Day Delay

A travel blog entry by ofrella

Today has to be the worst day ever. My flight was overbooked and now I have to wait three whole days until I can get to Brazil. Luckily the airport gave me complementary flight pints so I can travel to even more countries. It took about 5 hours to get to Buenos Aires and most of the time I was sleeping. On the last hour of my flight, a traveler …

Buenos Aires - The home of the Tango

A travel blog entry by captss955

This time round we have only one day in Buenos Aires so we strolled down to San Telmo to take in the Bohemian atmosphere of the street market and the occasional street performers. This is an old district full of charm and character so we were just happy to be part of it and mooch around.

Bs As nearly a week

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

... No,thank you. Met 4 Czech riders (motorbike). Dobryyy deeeen..hohooo..Talked for a bit-they took the ride.. I walked more along the river and then went to the Retiro bus station and..bought a ticket to Montevideo..going to see Veru y Andres..sooo looking forward to see them. Excited! I need to spread my wings a bit and see more..oh and the bus ticket is 385 pesos. Bought spinach empanadas and cheese.I forgot to mention I am in food heaven,too. I actually experience here all ...

Buenos Aires- a half day tour, meeting new people

A travel blog entry by africantikki


... The tour was good. I realise why it can't be walking as BA is massive! Omg!! I would seriously get lost! All the streets are covered in graffiti which in london you would consider a dodgy area and here it is cool and artistic. The city is divided into different areas. San Telmo where I was originally going to stay has small cobbled narrow streets with lots of cafés and restaurants. It is the area of the students and the artists. Hip and happening. ...

Markets and music, a lovely day!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


... seems to work. I will leave the driving to the taxis. There also seems to be a type of street mafia - where parking on the street is free, but if you do not pay the guy managing the block, then you may come back to smashed windows and severely crunched bumpers - I think I would always pay.

Customer Service is also different here - it is not as attentive as in Canada - if you need more or want something you have to flag them down, ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Retiro area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Teatro Colon, Recoleta, and Walichu Caves.
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