Hotel Palermo

Av. Santa Fe 4599, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 4599, Argentina | Hotel
 

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BA City Tour

A travel blog entry by emmaw

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... a curving cobblestone street lined with colourful conventillos, (houses built by the Italian immigrants) which are painted in many hues, originally from the leftovers from the adjacent port. Street painters sell their pictures all along the street - mum bought a couple from one man, who drew a special picture on the back for her as well. We also had lunch in La Boca, a traditional dish called a ???????? - which basically was a hot dog with a chilli ...

Back on Land

A travel blog entry by evershed

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Buenos AireFriday 7th March Still at Sea
Second day of our journey to the Falkland Islands / Isla MalvinasWeather has improved a great deal. Not a lot to do and certainly nothing to see but ocean and sky at least it is blue today not grey. Syd and Sue became grandparents for the first time today so invited us and some of their other boat friends to celebrate with champagne in a private function room onboard. That was lovely.

Saturday 8th ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

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... which wasn't too far away. We had picked to go to a 'parilla' for evening dinner, which means grill in spanish. This had been recommended in ourS outh America book and in Kim's BA top 100 book. Once we got there it didn't look that thrilling on the outside and wasn't really what we expected, but this just shows don't judge a book by its cover. It didn't let us down one bit, the place was full of life, ...

Day one in Argentina...

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

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... in shops with either currency and you get a better rate if you pay in dollars so its well worth doing. Eating out is so reasonable here too, we have pretty much lived in steak houses so far and all dinners we have had have been about 90 pesos. Argentina is famous for its Melbec so have been making the most of that – a lot of the restaurants don’t sell anything other than Melbec, just from different local vineyards. That’s reassuringly cheap too! All in all ...

La Pequena Europa y El Grande Bistec: BuenosAires

A travel blog entry by paiger

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... impressed. I mean it wasn't bad, but since I was on a budget and Argentina still maintains the south american charm of bland food, it came with no sides and no sauces. So it was a piece of okay meat on an empty plate. Oh well. This happens. It was a waste of my well saved money.


Life went on as we woke up early the next morning and headed for the sights. With my camera. Which meant I of course tried to ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, Opera Pampa, and OpscionSur Tours.
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