Plaza Roma

Lavalle 110, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1047, Argentina | Hotel
Prices starting from $70.00

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"La Boca"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... houses just about everywhere.
The bario has been the home of radical socialist politics since its existence and at one point in 1882 after a lengthy general strike the Genoise flag was hoisted and La Boca claimed its independence,the uprising was soon quashed and the flag was ripped down by Argentina's then President Julio Roca, personally.It was also the bario that saw mass organized protests in the 2001 economic collapse.

Caminito is the famous ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... as the artist use to give their left over paint pots to the home owners to liven up the neighbourhood. The hodgepodge of colours is very appealing and the area is full of artists selling their wares, tango dancers and restaurants. It is just delightful.
State universities are free. Manufacturing -- car parts comefrom Brazil and assembled here. Agricultural machinery is made here and half the worlds supply of soy bean oil comes from here and sold to China.
From here ...

The Day I Had Work Done

A travel blog entry by cjgs1430


... and wild paint colors) before deciding to head back south. The next unofficial-official goal we set was to see the Plaza de Mayo. The Plaza is the point in the city from where all important avenues spiral, like spokes on a wheel. Here, we saw and took pictures of the Casa Rosada, where the Argentine president (currently, a woman) holds important meetings, while resting our feet under a tree in the grass lawn in front of the house. From the direction we were sitting, ...

The wheels on the bus go round and round...

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


... was trying to take pictures, but it was fine nonetheless.

Our first stop was in La Boca - a colourful neighbourhood, though not one of the safest. We drove by the Boca Juniors soccer stadium, it is huge, and I can only imagine the people pouring in and out on game day - I am sure it is quite a site. We stuck to the few blocks around the bus stop that are highly tourist driven, with lots of cheap trinkets, artists ...

Buenos Aires and Tigre, Argentina

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan


... Dinner we had a great talk. Below are my brief notes:

"Argentina Recent Political and Economic History"
Joe Goldman, ABC News
Monday, October 28, 2013

1810 kicked out Spaniards. 1816 independence. The Spaniards had massacred the Indians except for NW and NE. 1880 the civil war ended and economic growth and then a downswing have occurred ever since. Began exporting at the end of the 19th century and many became very ...


This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Corrientes, Belgrano, Centro Naval, and Suipacha Almacen y Restaurant.
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