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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      Quieter Day

      A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 01, 2015

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      Woke to a windy, cloudy day. Very little is open today being New Year's Day. Walked along one of the main boulevards and there was hardly a car in sight. So quiet. We were not sure quite what to do so we wandered around and came across the one tourist attraction that was open - Recoleta Cemetery, which is very old (started in 1822) and contains streets and streets of private family vaults. Many have glass and metal doors so you can see right ...

      Buenos Dias, Buenos Aires!

      A travel blog entry by zuleima on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... time to make our way over to Plaza de Mayo, a very historic part of Buenos Aires where protests happened back in the day. The Plaza is also right in front of the 'Pink House' which is where the President works, equivalent to our version of the White House. The whole area was beautiful, not to mention the architecture was STUNNING. Something you would see straight out of Europe. After walking around, taking pictures, and soaking in the hot sun, we took the bus over to Recoleta, ...

      Learning the SecreTito's

      A travel blog entry by jamber on Dec 12, 2014

      17 photos

      ... As for dinner - it was amazing. The beef was perfectly grilled. The chef, whom our waiter called an engineer of meat, told us he spends 45 minutes on each steak. The sausage was like nothing we've ever tasted. None of us spoke and when we did it was a grunt, sigh, or smirk of contentment. To wrap up dinner we requested a dessert we'd seen prepared at another table. It was basically a flan soaked in alcohol and lit on fire with scoops ...

      São Paulo, Foz du Iguaçu & Puerto Iguazù

      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... end shopping streets in the world, comparable to Fifth Avenue in New York. Had a coffee in a very plush café-bar (Becca had a Belgian hot chocolate with marshmallows) and pretended to be very well-to-do. The coffee was amazing and we discovered that they in fact used the huge, golden oven behind the counter to roast their own beans in-house. Back in the real world now as we attempt to cook our frozen lasagne (shows how tired we both are that we resorted to such laziness) in ...

      Day 4 - Walking tour of Centro

      A travel blog entry by jmbatten on May 12, 2014

      16 photos

      ... which is why there aren't a lot left standing. Next we walked to Café Tortoni, a coffeehouse located at 825 Avenida de Mayo, inaugurated in 1858 by a French immigrant whose surname was Touan, it was named Tortoni after the Parisian café of the same name. We stopped here to have coffee and treats and to go over maps etc. Feeling rejuvenated, we set off for Calle Florida to change more money, going to someone Jessica ...