Hotel Presidente

Ave 9 de Julio& Cerrito, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1010AAR, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Europe in Latin America...

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... this show, we continued to wander until we happened upon a bigger group of tango dancers and there was the jackpot. These folks made me want to dance the Tango. They were set up amongst hundreds of antique stalls, recorded music playing and clearly having a blast while dancing their very serious art of Tango.

By this time, our senses overloaded, tired and hungry, we walked all the way back to our uptown neighborhood of Almagro. Stopping only for ice cream and groceries to make ...

A Blast in Buenos Aires (& São Paolo)

A travel blog entry by gracefarmer


... out to do the touristy activities, the food market- which was a chaotic ugly building with bizarre, some offensive, smells, and too much hanging meat for my liking-was the top attraction and so our tourist enthusiasm was rather crushed. Instead we decided to appreciate the city's nightlife and enjoy cooking up some exquisite cuisine (scrambled eggs), and relax in the day. On our last night we headed out with some fellow hostel stayers to a club ...

Buenos Aires city tour

A travel blog entry by samlumley


... was wiped out of inhabitants in 1871 due to a yellow fever epidemic. The colourful houses of La Boca are made from wood and corrugated iron and are very small. There would be several families living in 1 dwelling sharing all of the facilities. Only 1 road remains and this is called Caminito which translates to small street. The area was very vibrant with street sellers and couples dancing. During our afternoon at leisure we went to Tortoni's, the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires. ...

BA...Cosmopolitan Argentina

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx


... Don's cell phone. But I never know for sure which numbers to dial (country code, city code, area code, etc. when I'm actually in the city I want to call), so I used my favorite ploy...ask another tour guide who is waiting for his or her clients to call our guide. Worked like a charm...she appeared in about two minutes.

She was really exceptional. Thirty-seven, bright, personable, and well traveled. She has taught skiing in Aspen, CO for ...

Family Reunion

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes


... cars zooming behind the ambulances to advance as much as possible, and the entire block of traffic needing to go diagonally across invisible lanes was a thrill. I was flattered at the compliments Dad gave me about my driving, and even more so when he sat in the backseat to take a little snooze on the way home. As we came closer to our destination, we began to wonder where the hell the mountains were. Dad even remarked at how much the terrain looked like Iowa. ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Cafe Tortoni, Floralis Generica, Manzana de las Luces tunnels, and Palermo Viejo.
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