Regente Palace Hotel

Suipacha 964, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1008AAT , Argentina | 2 star hotel
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Parting Ways with Patagonia

A travel blog entry by rktravel


... W route, and carried on towards Campamento Italiano, making for nearly 25 kilometers on our first day!

Italiano is one of three free campgrounds in the park, and sits nicely at the bottom of Valley Frances. We shared a cooking area that night with two new Polish friends, Emilia and Jagoda, who had previously stayed at our hostel, sharing laughs and stories from the days adventures before settling down to sleep just ...

Getting around Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by erucci

... nearly impossible to stay within the city and take a cab that costs more than $10, at least during the day. At night, rates seem to be ~25% higher.

Two tips if you do decide to try public transportation:

  • Get a Sube card - this is a mag-stripe card that can be recharged and used to pay for the Subte or bus. You can buy one at a post office and register it to your name, however you need a passport for this and it is much easier ...

Ballet and Pizza - a true Argentinian mix!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


After a good nights sleep, Martin took us on a walking tour. We headed to the National Library, a building Martin likens to something from Star Trek - very interesting indeed. We then headed to the area where the different embassies are, and walked through a very nice residential district - lots of nice and varied architecture - and very expensive. We walked through a large park that has a huge metal flower in the middle that is mechanical and open ...

Everyone is in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by intitour


... a ring about 3cm in diameter. The challenge for the horsemen was to ride flat out for about 100m, at the same time holding out a skewer type thing about 40cm long in front of them. The idea was to try and poke the skewer through the ring and remove it from the arch. Wendy took some video but unfortunately the blog site doesn’t accept the file type!

Our 5 taxis were supposed to pick us up and take us back to the subway station but only 2 turned up! ...

Waiting and walking and BOWLING

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... to walk. I wrote down the directions, turned on the right streets, and found it without incident!! Two miles later, boom, I was there! On my way, though, I found a demonstration of some sort going on with a bunch of soldier, military kind of people dressed up in a plaza and people talking. I only stopped for a quick sec (to take a pic) and then headed on my way so I wasn't late. And then I found a Malvinas Memorial. I'm not going to explain it. ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Retiro area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Edificio Kavanagh, Walichu Caves, and Lagos de Palermo Golf Club.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good