Hotel Residencial El Castillo

M. T. de Alvear 1893, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1122AAA, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Argentina Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


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Our first morning all together and we awoke to an Argentine heat wave. As the temperature was pushing the high 30’s we somehow decided to walk around to one of the only places Rach and I hadn’t been yet, La Boca. I recalled from reading somewhere La Boca (home to the Boca Juniors football team) was a poor district in Buenos Aires but was unique ...

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


... 2:30, and then a tango dance class from 2:30-4. Then! From 4-5:30 I have Portuguese! Yay! I love learning languages. Then choir meets Tuesday, I believe, and Friday nights, from 7:30-10. Crazy, 2.5 hours of choir. And running team is Monday and Friday I believe but I'm not sure of the time. I found out there's a church right next door to API. Like literally the door right next to it. It's evangelical, and I don't really classify with a denomination but it's one of the ...

Street Art Walking Tour and So Much More

A travel blog entry by dorfman


... found it interesting that many of the artists include their website with their signature. if a house is unpainted, an artist might ask the owner if they can paint it, either for payment or because they just can't resist the 'blank canvas'. As we were walking we came upon 2 artists Matt knew, hanging out in a park. One of the artists pointed out a wall that he had just 'lettered' (as in graffiti) because someone had lettered over his street ...


A travel blog entry by travelkaz


My time in Buenos Aires can be categorised as follows: Arriving on the day that the city flooded - FAIL Being placed in a 'mixed' dorm that turned out to be me + 5 dudes - FAIL Improving my Spanish by taking a 2 week course - WIN Falling down the stairs on the last day of class - FAIL Attempting to go to the Eco reserve but not having ID to hire bikes, the next time going when it was closed, the final time succeeding, and braving the ...


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