Hotel Residencial El Castillo

Address: M. T. de Alvear 1893, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1122AAA, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, is near Palermo, El Ateneo, Lavalle Street, and El Rural.
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      Return To Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jul 12, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... with activities we had wanted to do but ran out of time while there in May. Also, we had more money to change, this time Uruguayan Pesos, which could be exchanged at the best rate on Avenida Florida in the city center. We had inadvertently forgotten to change such pesos to Brazilian Reals when we crossed that border, so needed to lighten the load in our pockets, by no longer carrying around useless bills, and figured the walk to downtown and back, purposefully ...

      Drinking Buddies

      A travel blog entry by josh_chrissy on May 21, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... one of the more expensive things we did in BA, but it was certainly worth it! We were presented with a welcome cocktail on arrival and a chef's hat and apron to wear for the night. The restaurant style is shared dinning, so putting on the chef's outfit certainly broke the ice amongst our table of about 11 people, who were all very friendly. First up was the empanada cooking lesson and the wine of course! There are some photos (with descriptions) of our empanadas in this blog. Just ...

      2014 Buenos Aires Walkabout

      A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Mar 18, 2014

      31 photos

      ... I'm going. I sprinted from the train to the Cafe where we're meeting.

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      Arrival in Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by boothbj on Feb 28, 2014

      ...'s the elicit liqour!

    • From the Tigre river we moved on the city of San Isidro, originally settled by British immigrants hence the reason why it's the rugby capital of Argentina. San Isidro has a marvellous cathedral with a fantastic spire. Very Anglican looking and simple inside. We continued down one of Argentina's longest avenues (it's about 38 kilometres long) and passed the residence of the ...

    • Rodeo

      A travel blog entry by zoesolomon on Jan 09, 2014

      ... of the living' as it looks like a miniature city with the tombstones built like mini houses along mini streets! Wealthy families buy the land (privately) and then build crypts where their entire family is kept in these house-like tombs. Some of them have basements where the coffins are kept in what looks like bunk beds. These range from R800k - R2.5m and one has to pay annual taxes. Once it is bought it can only be sold by the family and if the family dies or stops ...