Aspen Towers Hotel

Paraguay 857, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1057AAK, Argentina | 4 star hotel
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Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

1

... the gourmet French bakery/restaurant with a locked door – had heard about the "closed door" and secret restaurants of BA, but this wasn’t one of them. Like that place I went to in Mendoza, they seem to keep the door locked shut to discourage the hoi polloi, like me, or is there a widespread problem with posh bread snatching in South America? They let me in anyway but the gourmet prices kept me in check and grabbed only ...

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy

7

... for a huge as walk to the end of the island. Saw Greek mansions and got awesome pictures of the giant hand coming out of the sand. I stood on toms shoulders and he lifted me up on to the tall finger. Great pics. Just had a little trouble getting down. Steve broke the pool table at the last place we went to and now this one. But it's all good because it's free pool now. Day 40- Toms been saying we gotta start cooking our own meals because we are spending way over ...

Days 115-118: Puerto Madryn to Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by rjcannin

35

... sure we didn't let this reflect badly upon his city. Bad things can happen anywhere. I feel that I would definitely lose some trust in mankind for at least a day or two. He was so kind that we almost didn't trust him as sad as that sounds. That evening our group went to a traditional tango show. It included an hour tango lesson which was pretty hilarious. Seeing all us trying to coordinate the steps and simply lacking that Spanish rhythm was too funny (it's just ...

Ritzy Recoleta

A travel blog entry by burkley

25

... It was definitely a ritzy part of Buenos Aires and the place to live and rest in your afterlife.

We had planned to meet up with Mike and Lia for a steak and wine night, so we caught the train out to Palermo to go to La Cabrera restaurant. A favourite for both tourists and locals the restaurant holds a happy hour between 7pm and 8pm where all food and wine is half price. Not wanting to pass up the opportunity we arrived quite early so we enjoyed a drink ...

Halfway through

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich

38

... why waste life? I finally talked with Nat, the youth coordinator, about possibly bringing the 30 Hour Famine to the church. She likes the idea but she'd rather, if we did it, to raise the money for our mission work here in our community instead of to people somewhere in the world that we don't know. I like that, so after I talk with Pastor Loubet, hopefully I can try to introduce the idea to the youth, and we'll figure out how to create a program similar to the Famine but without ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Galerias Pacifico, Walichu Caves, and Centro Naval.
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