Suipacha Suites

Address: Suipacha 1235, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1101 , Argentina | Hotel
 
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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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    Buenos Aires Day 4

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on May 04, 2015

    ... as I'm losing my brains at the two ladies who keep telling us they won't help unless end pay the bill. I question them how citizens are helped if everything is taken and have no wallet (as still had mine) they responded and said we would have to call someone to psy it for us. Now we are blessed with knowing we have loving and supportive parents and family who can help in certain circumstances, but they treated us like cash cow travellers ...

    3 Cities in 4 Days - Buenos Aries, Argentina

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Mar 24, 2015

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    It seems crazy to fly to three cities in four days in three different countries (in fact four if you count Tokyo the following day!) but why not! We allowed Patagonia to take priority and went on quick-fire city rampages, our first city being Buenos Aires, Argentina. We had pre-booked the Milhouse hostel, a franchise of the one we stayed in Cusco, Peru. We figured that by staying here we would have all the information we needed about trips, and it was in a good location in ...

    Cheap and Cheerful

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... to use it when others aren't looking. I'd heard Argentines were friendly, but today proved it. While standing on a side street, map in hand, a young guy of about twenty called out "hey! Are you looking for something? I can help!" I'd already figured it out, but I was really touched by his willingness to help a total stranger. He seemed pretty safe and legit too, as he and a friend were just having a drink at a local cafe. ...

    The Paris of South America Day 1

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... numerous other families in one house. Each house could contain people from Italy, England, eastern Europe, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Israel etc so you got an massive cultural mixing. Everyone had different jobs and backgrounds so again you had a mixing of skills and all this led to the crazy Argentinean culture including things like Tango, their love for coffee, football, their Italian like accent, gesturing & ideas but without having any Italian words in the language. ...

    São Paulo, Foz du Iguaçu & Puerto Iguazù

    A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... they didn't have rooms either. Figuring our luck had to change eventually, we headed to the main hostel district of Vila Madalena and the final hostel we had a review for (but no phone number). On arriving we found that - of course - they too were fully booked. After staying in near empty hostels during all our time in Rio and Paraty, having this much trouble getting a room seemed crazy. However, we walked down the road to a nearby hostel and finally managed to grab a dorm bed ...