Camaro Palace Hotel

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

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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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires - tango diaries of a blue princess

A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on May 21, 2014

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... around on the streets in one arm a large 1l thermos and in the other hand a funny round looking cup (some even with little feet) and a straw. Well those cups are full with quite bitter mate leaves and the bottle supplies a constant flow of hot water to be poured over the mix with loads of sugar in order to be slowly zipped while strolling along. On the streets I also noticed loads of kids in little white coats or aprons. Making them look like little doctors or chemists. Well, it ...

Exploring Buenos Aires on foot

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 21, 2014

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... then grabbed a few beers and street drank. It is 100% legal. Argentina-1, Australia-0. In a twist of events we also met up with jez and joel from torres who i had met on the "W" which means our crew had just grown by 2 more!

We got inside before any of the show had begun, so we scoped out the bar and got some beers. The bar was out the back, and you werent allowed in the mosh pit area if you had beers so we spent most of our ...

BA WAYS

A travel blog entry by charlotte.cooke on Jan 30, 2014

... here and the most obvious trend in footwear is platforms. Everyone seems to wear weird platform sandals (anything from 1 cm to the 1.5 inch), which I've been told is mainly because the women here are short on average (turns out it's not because they're channelling their inner Spice Girl). 13. People here don't tend to sleep that much. The timings are all messed up anyway and dinner doesn't tend to be until 11 on average, but work will still start at ...

If you think you know, you have no idea

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Nov 23, 2013

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I have to admit I have become a little prone stereotyping Latinos and grouping them together. Panamaians and Ticos (Costa Ricans) are so similar and so far the Colombians, Mexicans and Ecuadorians who live in Panama have seem generally the same. Other than the fact that Mexicans live for spicy food and all the other countries listed above think spice or flavour for that matter, is cruel and usual punishment, there haven't really ...

More than just good air

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester on Nov 15, 2013

79 photos

... we wanted to do a delta tour but I guess we were a bit late as there didn't seem to be many options available. Eventually we found out about the river colectivos, quickly bought our tickets and ran to make the next one before it left. One of the highlights in the delta is called 'Tres Bocas', an area where three of the bigger rivers meet and that is where we disembarked. It was lovely walking around the island and seeing the little houses, people fishing off their decks and ...

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