Hotel Sol Montserrat
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel Sol Montserrat
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol Montserrat Buenos Aires
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... completely isolated from modern day civilization.
Ending our conversation on a positive note and in agreement that South America rocks, Jose helped me load my bags back onto my back and drove off, leaving me at the bus terminal. I saw an Urquiza (the bus company I was booked under) uniformed man having a cigarette outside and presented him with my ticket. He was only having a break but directed me to the appropriate platform. After an hour's wait (my ...
... snack by Nestor why I wanted to lead. Again, mad hurry to get showered and change one more time this time for a milonga by 2030. Still awake, amazing and full of energy. Met group again in lobby. Had time now to formally to say hello and give them hugs. Off to Plaza Bohemia and Elsita with Nestor coming with us. Green iron grilled doors with art nouveau decorations in front of building, walk through a small open courtyard to interior hall. Changed shoes first in bathroom with ...
... Evita Peron.
At the end of the tour we asked our guide further questions about a few things he had recommended in Buenos Aires and where they were.
That night we went to a restaurant he had highly recommended we try. Now this restaurant serves traditional Argentinian food. Argentina is well known for its amazing steak, ...
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 ...
... bottom of Argentina. Crazy **** cab ride into city center for a delicious dinner out on our last night at The Grill, Plaza Hotel. Shame we couldn't order pressed duck which they have served since 1902. Whatever was the wine waiter thinking, letting Robbie handle glasses dating back to 1902 after a tango ...