Hotel Ancon

Marcelo T. De Alvear 2223, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Taking in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... into one. It was intense, the percussion just reverberates through to my chest. The mechanics, the show itself was just jaw dropping. Like others who went before me and described the experience: it's beyond words. Like the others, I would definitely go again given the chance!

When I stepped out, the full moon greeted me.

What a beautiful first day in Buenos Aires. I couldn't have asked for more!


Buenos Aires -- the Paris of South America

A travel blog entry by janetsgreenlee


... and friendly people who are not apathetic about anything -- always arguing. But the country seems to be falling apart. Argentina has been ruled by the same family for at least a decade. They are "populists" which mean they give a lot of free stuff to the very, very poor (a lot of them), but don't increase taxes to pay for it. The country has defaulted on its debts twice and last year it nationalized an oil refinery (gave the owners -- ...

Argentina Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... we were probably told to leave about 8 times and received so many stares it was as if we were the tourist attraction. No harm done thankfully and an experience to say the least. Endangering nine people on our first walk; Marty 1, Argentina 1.

Following all of the excitement of the first full day together, Mum woke up with blisters on her feet, ...

Days 30 - 31: Buenos Aires, Argentina

A travel blog entry by tksa


... wine we'd had last night in celebration of having survived our first month on the continent, we jumped on a bus to BA's infamous La Boca district. Here, for reasons we're not completely sure of, the houses are all painted bright colours and have street artists and tango dancers performing in the street. The spot is a natural tourist trap and sure enough straight away we were greeted by all sorts of traders including one chap offering a photo ...

Dolor y helado (pain and ice cream)

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... so she led us to yet another bar and we got in there. We all got a drink and chilled for a bit. I got a cosmopolitan, my first ever, and it was so good. It sucks that I only like sweet fruity drinks, though, because they're so much more expensive. So when everyone got another, I didn't. Jasmine is just getting over being sick so she wanted to go home early, like two thirty, and my feet welcomed the opportunity to head home. I was wearing those stupid heel boots again ...


This hotel, located in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, is near El Ateneo, Palermo, Lavalle Street, and Feria de Mataderos.
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