San Isidro Plaza Hotel

Address: 9 de Julio 525, San Isidro, Capital Federal District, B1642DLE, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 9 de Julio 525, San Isidro, is near Parque de la Costa, Rocsen Museum, Quebrada del Rio Condorito (Condorito River's Gorge), and Museo de La Reconquista.
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      Travel Blogs from San Isidro

      Forgot the Sunscreen

      A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 20, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... Square where the Floralis Generica was located. An impressive 20 metre tall structure which is made of steel and aluminum and opens and closes by means of a hydraulic system and photoelectric cells. Now this is all in theory….maintenance was working on this so I don’t think the petals have been opening and closing for awhile. This *flower* is a homage paid to all flowers.

      It was a little warm today, so I figured an afternoon poolside would be ...

      Exploring Buenos Aires by Foot

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Mar 08, 2015

      35 photos

      ... the locals to get American money. - Coins are virtually worthless and hence why we don't seem them often - We learned about some of the corruption in previous governments and how the leaders would assign relatives to different jobs - There were some terrorist attacks in 1994 where a car bomb caused the Israeli embassy to crumble. There were 28 people killed in the attack but there are only 19 trees planted in memorial beside the ...

      Palmero Barro, B.A.

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Mar 05, 2015

      6 comments, 4 photos

      ... a series of dances, interspersed, as tradition dictates, with songs. What a great way to spend an evening.
      The only show to rival that was flying into the city. Once more we had a fabulous view going over some of the most interesting parts of Buenos Aires; the trendy restaurant area on the waterfront, July the Ninth, the widest street in the world, the Pink Palace from whence Evita spoke to the people and Recoleto Cemetery where the famous and infamous are buried. Hard to top ...

      Time travel in San Telmo

      A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Feb 05, 2015

      10 photos

      ... towards Pasaje San Lorenzo, a cobbled alley. At Number 380 stands Casa Mínima, the city's thinnest building—about 8 feet wide—which once belonged to a freed slave. We continued left into Pasaje Giuffra, another quiet lane, then right onto Balcarce, lined with more old houses. We followed Estados Unidos east to Paseo Colón. The huge neoclassical building across the road is now the University of ...

      The Big BA

      A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Aug 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Of the public gardens the Jardin Japones is probably great if you have never been to Japan, and the Jardin Botanico is fine for a quick stroll, as are the leafy, green and affluent areas of Palermo and La Recoleta.
      Finally Colonia del Sacremento, an hour away in Uruguay by speedboat, is perfect for a day trip with cobbled streets, a delightful sunset promenade, and an almost horizontal old world mediteranean atmosphere. And you get a bonus passport stamp. Happy days. ...