Tucuman Palace Hotel

Tucuman 384, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1049, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Corrientes, Belgrano, Palermo Chico, and Centro Naval.
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    Europe in Latin America...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 12, 2014

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... the time Jonathan and I felt like we had a handle on our near future, the kids were finishing up their school work and by 4 pm, we finally stepped out into the street. Our destination for the day was to meet up with Grace at the Remembrance and Human Rights Centre, an hour bus ride from the apartment.

    The Centre is a sort of museum, located within the former Naval School of Mechanics, which had been used as one of the hundreds of detention and extermination houses during ...

    Day 4 - Walking tour of Centro

    A travel blog entry by jmbatten on May 12, 2014

    16 photos

    ... which is why there aren't a lot left standing. Next we walked to Café Tortoni, a coffeehouse located at 825 Avenida de Mayo, inaugurated in 1858 by a French immigrant whose surname was Touan, it was named Tortoni after the Parisian café of the same name. We stopped here to have coffee and treats and to go over maps etc. Feeling rejuvenated, we set off for Calle Florida to change more money, going to someone Jessica ...

    Convalescing in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Jan 28, 2014

    12 photos

    ... as San Franciscans about people shortening the name of their city.

    Although we didn't really get to soak up the atmosphere of the city much because Niall didn't have the energy to do too much walking around we did manage to see most of the highlights. The first few days consisted of Niall slowly regaining his strength and after 3 more days in bed (6 in total) he managed his first venture outside the hostel that wasn't a trip to an airport. It was ...

    Tigre, Tiendas y Tango

    A travel blog entry by megdoestdf2010 on Dec 23, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... middle of it all is a huge upscale mall. Mom, you would have loved it!

    Florida Street is also known for its "arbolitos" or change makers who convert dollars into pesos at a better rate than you can get at the bank. For example, you can get 9 pesos to the dollar from an arbolito while the official rate is around 6 to 1. We've been told that buying from the arbolitos can be dangerous though. We've been exchanging dollars at the hotel or at restaurants ...

    Family Reunion

    A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Nov 19, 2013

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... flight was canceled to Iguazu, since it meant that Mike and I checked out the Brazil side at the end rather than in the beginning, which I think was better. Having Dad around caused me to reconsider things that I maybe have begun to take for granted, like being in a different culture and having to figure out your life on a daily basis. I think we put together a great itinerary, worked really well together, and had a great balance of seeing and doing as well as time ...