Camaro Palace Hotel

Sarmiento 4239/41, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Leaving BA

A travel blog entry by emmaw

... it really was like you would imagine: flats, endless plains, cattle, horses and the odd estancia! We drove through the most amazing storm as well - I've never seen fork lightening like it, it was the serious stuff; hitting the ground all over the place, in fact one fork just kept on flashing for several seconds and had a pink glow to it! At times we could even hear the thunder inside the bus!! All very dramatic! Let's see how long this night will ...

Day 183 - La Boca

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... 8221; i veiem l’estÓtua del seu autor. ╔s un lloc molt pintoresc.

Clubs de tango eren molt populars en aquest barri de classe treballadora i en l'actualitat encara hi ha alguns que atenen principalment als turistes . Molt agradable . Ens vam donar una volta per al voltant d'una hora, per˛ els comeršos , botigues i restaurants estaven tancant com la posta de sol . La zona segueix sent ...

Old Macdonald had a Farm!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... samples of the Gouda, Parmesan, and soft cheese. He then brought out the ricotta that was made the day prior, whilst we tasted the cheese. Fortunately our bus driver was only drinking coca cola. We eventually left the cheese factory and headed for the farm where we were to stay for the next two nights. We arrived at 5pm, when the very late lunch was served, with a promise that dinner would be served at 9:30. The steaks were really lovely and were cooked over an open BBQ ...

High tea darling and Polo at James' ranch

A travel blog entry by melr


... from the Catholic Churches.

it seems the area we are staying in is on the border of micro centre and San Telmo, and it is full of offices, so during the day the streets are really busy and at night not so busy. But it is really close to everything so that works.

we stopped for lunch and just had to have a steak and red wine, it was amazing, no rest for the wicker end we had to rush back to heat out to the Polo. We ...

We Came All This Way for What?

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth


... with the rest of BA. Also, the restaurants were much more expensive then we were prepared to spend for lunch. We returned to downtown and settled for a place that had outdoor seating. Our first attempt at blindly ordering from the menu did not go well. The phrase book I carried didn't have translations for everything on the menu. We finally ordered a dish of stuffed pumpkin and spinach ravioli. Turned out the pumpkin was stuffed with steak and the ravioli was covered with a ...


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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