Suipacha Suites

Suipacha 1235 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1101 , Argentina | Hotel
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Jenny's visa and Puerto Madero

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


... in terms of engineering i think i have ever seen in my life. The most exciting thing about it was watching people take amusing photos with it.

The port itself is nice, albeit expensive, but here is an interestin mix of new and old. There are a bunch of new apartment buildings lining the port, presumably for the rich and famous so we admired those before heading off to find somewhere to enjoy the ...


A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

Did a bike tour of the South of BA. We went to the Presidents pink house and saw the protests- learnt about the mothers. Went down to the newly renovated part by the river then to the working class district called la boca. Very colourful and lots of people tangoing. Saw boca juniors football stadium- apparently like a religion in BA. In the evening we went for a meal and drinks in the oldest area of the city, San Telmo, and watched tango as we ...


A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke

... also keep an eye out for the puddles on the floor when walking in the street, and be sure to walk around them to avoid getting rained on. 6. The third pavement obstacle is loose paving stones. They won't affect you on a dry hot day, but on a wet day these are to be strongly avoided, to prevent giving yourself a nice leg shower of pavement juice. 7. *All taxi drivers are ******* (excuse my language Nana and mum!). But this is true - they will always tend ...

If you think you know, you have no idea

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare


I have to admit I have become a little prone stereotyping Latinos and grouping them together. Panamaians and Ticos (Costa Ricans) are so similar and so far the Colombians, Mexicans and Ecuadorians who live in Panama have seem generally the same. Other than the fact that Mexicans live for spicy food and all the other countries listed above think spice or flavour for that matter, is cruel and usual punishment, there haven't really ...

What a blur....

A travel blog entry by nicandshelley

... right....on one of our nights out we got a little bit tirpsy and the boys persuaded us to book a drunken flight to Patagonia to join them on their bit of the trip. I was a bit apprehensive at first because of money, but they assured us we would do it cheaply. Amanda and I had promised ourselves we would try and be more spontaenous for this part of our trip so we jumped at the chance and boy am I glad we did...its what travel is all about after ...

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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Plaza de Mayo, Walichu Caves, and Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano Isaac Fernandez Blanco.
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