Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... street in central BA. As you walk along the street you will hear over and over again cambio, cambio, cambio. This is the chant of money exchanger searching for clients. These people are call "Arbolitos" the Spanish word for little trees as they stand in the same place day after day singing their siren song. With our exaggeration there are 50 or better everyday on Florida Avenue. Just walk up and ask for the "tasa de cambio" and they will give ...
... is leaving for a week in NYC tonight, so were we were happy to return the favor and tell him about some places to go.
We were given a late checkout (4:00) and full use of the executive lounge until we leave, so we are have a nice, relaxing spot to wait an hour and recharge our electronics while we enjoy high speed WiFi until it is time to go to the airport.
We still have some extra pesos to spend, so guess we will be visiting the ...
... 1086;льш 80;нство, есть выбор 99; в парла 84;ент. Прези 76;ент явно будет пытат 00;ся выигр 72;ть ...
backyard which was supposed to be the bus terminal (pictures are coming
as soon as the computers have plugs for cameras)
going to find out what the nightlife in buenos aires is like. but we
still have some time it's only 10pm and the parties apparently only
start after 2am (which is a big change in comparison to Canada where the party ended at 2am) ;)
... we finally burst through the hotel doors. Frank told us that Luc came back then left and no one knew where he was right as I collapsed in the elevator up to the room. We passed out and what seemed like 5 minutes later I was woken up, still very drunk, by Jared who told me that it was 3 pm. He also mentioned that Jim had a black eye, a gash on his forehead, and was missing half his eyebrow. Apparently that fall was a little bit worse than drunk Jim knew. He woke up with his ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility