Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cristoforo Colombo Buenos Aires
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... you into their shops and restaurants constantly. 24 hours in Buenos Aires may not have been enough time to truly experience the wealth of the city but we made the most of it and weren't torn away at the end of our time there. In fact I don't think you can actually get a real feel for a city without living there for at least a month or so considering that a city isn't just a sum of it's tourist attractions. At 11pm we headed to the airport to catch our flight to Rio de Janeiro, ...
... br> The Plaza is surrounded by other grand buildings in the Spanish/Greek tradition, and is a focus point for protests. Each day at 11 am and 3 pm, mothers of the disappeared march through it. They are often joined by writers and artists and other sympathizers. Small vendors ply their trade too. Do not fear Argentinian electrical systems: one enterprising entrepreneur ...
We had a lie-in to experience the BA late lifestyle (Not because we were hungover…). Nothing happens in BA before 10am, shops aren’t open it’s like a deserted town. The weather was lovely so we lay in the sun and worked on our tans for the morning. In the afternoon we did the other free walking tour and saw the other major sights of the city. We started at their Congress building which is ...
... photo of it-whoops:/ Walked across the road to Estacion da Luz (a delightful, Victorianesque train station). Started walking the 20min walk to another part of the city to see a theatre and views from a tall building (and to find somewhere to eat) but made a u-turn after 2mins as we could both sense that the area was a bit dodge. Instead, got on the metro (much safer). Once on the metro, decided there was more likely to be a por kilo restaurant (now Jack's favourite) in a different ...
... found the bag, we eventually walked to the police station and gave a brief verbal report of the incident to an officer who then disappeared, we were thinking to find a pen and/or a police form, and literally never returned. While waiting for the officer to return, we figured we would call to inquire about our USAA insurance deductible. That is when we learned that HAD we been covered for personal property, it would have been $250, but that somehow when we switched our home ...