Junin 1280, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1113, Argentina | 4 star lodge
Prices starting from $146.00

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Emily.... Where are you?

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... and everything needs a good paint job. After the main shopping area and pink palace we attempted to order lunch. Thanks to some pointing and broken English we pretty much got what we thought we had ordered. The highlight was the empanada which is the Spanish equivalent of a mince pie. Absolutely delicious and I think we will have to try a few over the next few weeks. Lunch was more successful than our drinks orders for morning tea. I did get a soy latte but the soy was sweetened ...

Parting Ways with Patagonia

A travel blog entry by rktravel


... all this required, so we set off with excitement and commitment to make the very most of our last Patagonian trek.

Steady rain met our challenge when we stepped off the bus, and narrowed our view for the first section of the tail as we hiked towards Paine Grande. But as we carried on with our afternoon, so did the reliable southern winds, blowing away the clouds and drying out the Pampas. We passed Paine Grande, the main Start/Finish ...

Ten Days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... into our snuggle we ended up top and tail, falling out of the bed... "Don't touch me... You're bloody touching me... Get the hell off me.... If your radiating toe even thinks about coming anywhere near me I will kill you". Funny night. After two nights we moved to 'Buenos Artes' hostel. There was art on the walls, it was a real hippy place, none of the staff looked over 20, were all high and slept on the roof. Think stig of the dump and you can't go wrong. The hostel is ...

Hotel Raco de Buenos Aires day 3

A travel blog entry by chrisnorth


... never ever been on such a crowded train. I thought the tube in London and the metro in Paris could be bad but this was nose to nose and as we were leaving our station someone fell and they had to stop the train. All was well though but we made sure we came back well before evening rush hour.

There is a lovely traditional cafe not far from the hotel so we went there on our way back ...


A travel blog entry by stephanieburke


... and sometimes I'm just tired because these people stay up so much later and seem to run on so much less sleep.

Everyone I've met so far has asked me why I chose Buenos Aires and I've tried to think of what quality about here it was that made me sign up. Then I realized there was no one special thing, the choice just felt right. As cheesy as this sounds something inside told me that Buenos Aires was the right decision and so far I'm so happy I came here.

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This 4 star lodge, located in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta Cemetery (Cementerio de la Recoleta), El Ateneo, Palermo, and Buenos Aires Free Tour.
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