San Remo City Hotel

Talcahuano 24, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1043, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Palacio Barolo, Floralis Generica, Plaza San Martin, and Manzana de las Luces tunnels.
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    Viva BA!

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on May 01, 2014

    28 photos

    Buenos Aires is a huge (13 million) electrifying city graced with European architecture, atmospheric neighbourhoods and bustling nightlife. We immersed ourselves in the mixer for 5 days (and nights), and left completely exhausted. BA is a fantastic city.
    Here are some of the highlights...

    * Nighttime jazz at the intimate Notorious Club.
    * Searching for Eva Peron's grave in the beautiful Cementerio de la Recoleta.
    * Wandering around Palermo's ...

    A winning combination. BA part II

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Apr 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... They bus you to and from the stadium, and the guides accompany you at all times. We had seats in the steep upper tier and the cacophony of noise as the home team took to the pitch blew me away. These were some seriously passionate fans and the main reason I had wanted to attend a game in person. Boca won 4-2, but to be honest it was difficult to concentrate on the football as we were engulfed by the nonstop music and singing. The catchy tunes had us singing along ...

    Arrived in BA!

    A travel blog entry by tamaradnp on Jan 29, 2014

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... throughout the rows and rows of graves and tombs. I try to imagine all the previous lives being commemorated. The structures have varying levels of decay (or entropy) based in part to the materials used, age and vandalism. These tombs are above ground and, in many cases, visible. Many tombs had piles of caskets, urns and boxes (presumably for ashes).

    Scotty's version of the last few days

    A travel blog entry by emandscotty on Dec 22, 2013

    1 comment

    ... Next day we finally got a bit of kick in our shoes and
    checked this town out a little. The buildings are old, the architecture is
    beautiful and there is graffiti on everything. Once you can accept this you
    realise it is a beautiful city. People are super trendy and relaxed, no one
    goes out until midnight, this is not a joke, and there is literally a club or
    restaurant on every street corner. People seem to go out for dinner just ...

    Off to Buenos Aires for the weekend then home

    A travel blog entry by paulos68 on Nov 24, 2013

    10 photos

    ... me to follow my dream. Leysa is the only woman who could of married me and yes I'm bloody lucky and realise this. I eventually head back to the hotel for the last hour before the taxi arrives for my long journey home Well it's time to go so I hope you enjoyed some f my photos and I look forward to a short break then off to the Able Tasman with Leysa then another adventure in February to Annapurna circuit for 17 dates with Gus Gordon where I start the cycle all over again ...