Camaro Palace Hotel

Sarmiento 4239/41, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Museo de los Ninos, Chinatown, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales (MACN), and El Centro.
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Home is Nowhere and Home is Everywhere

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Jul 03, 2014

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... many aspects of growing up with two vastly different cultures, and don’t want to have had it any other way, but I do struggle with an identity crisis as a result. It’s nice to know there are others who have and are experiencing the same struggles. Marcel Proust had said “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new sights, but in looking with new eyes,” and finally, I think my eyes are slowly beginning to ...

Buenos Aires 2

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on May 21, 2014

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... for half price. We decided to head to the club and buy the tickets for full price. As we walked in the lady said are yous on the list? Tom said, argh yeah! Which one? Tom said Milhouse. She said go through. When it came to paying we just showed the lady our wrist band from the hostel which means nothing and we got free entry. That wrist band even got us upstairs to VIP. This club was the blackest club I've been too. There was one little runt and two big dogs rapping. Their ...

Days 115-118: Puerto Madryn to Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Feb 10, 2014

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... body on her kitchen table for months and brushed her hair each night in the hope of gaining her charisma (creepy!!). The presidential palace is located in Plaza de Mayo. Walking through this plaza you notice a lot of monuments and statues are gated off. This is because the high risk of vandalism and graffiti from protesters. The habitants of Buenos Aires are very passionate about politics, therefore you see this through graffiti all around the downtown ...

Buenos Aires..... One of my new favourite cities..

A travel blog entry by iwhendo on Dec 04, 2013

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... a vibrant atmosphere.. All the houses were painted different colours, had lots of upbeat restaurants with live tango shows and market stalls everywhere. I ended up spending most of the afternoon there enjoying the Argentinian way of life! I made my way back to my hotel to have the induction for my final tour to Rio de Janeiro and meet my new CEO and the new people on my tour. Dinner time we all headed down to an all you came at steak and red wine restaurant ...

Wanders around Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by oliver10 on May 23, 2013

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... have played. There were the usual photos, memorabilia and cups, then we had a guided tour which we had been told was in Spanish and English but was only in Spanish. Nonetheless we still enjoyed it - there was a lot of banter between supporters of different teams - one guy even admitted to supporting River Plate, Boca's local rivals! Out on the terraces we were all asked who is the greatest player ever - I said Pele, Fran said Maradona. They were all gobsmacked that ...

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