Novel Hotel

Address: Av. de Mayo 915, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1084AAE, Argentina | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovel Hotel Buenos Aires

Reviewed by missfit

Well-located, budget hotel.

Reviewed Mar 6, 2007
by (13 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Facilities fair to middling. Good location. Our room had a great view of a brick wall. But was hardly in it to worry.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Novel Hotel Buenos Aires

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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Volunteer work in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by henry.and.sarah on Sep 28, 2014

134 photos

... just before we left that we got to brighten the place up with a jazzy zig-zag stripe all the way around the building!) while I was to sit on reception overnight for three nights a week. The idea was that this would still give us time to learn to dance tango but, while I did manage to watch a good deal of films & TV, I was too knackered to do much in my spare time. Furthermore, we were consigned to moving rooms every so often, always sharing ...

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A travel blog entry by melissa.macleod on Sep 27, 2014

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... of the city. There wasn't much to see, but a quaint town where we spent most of the time eating, drinking tea and playing cards. A lovely sunset rounded off the trip and we headed back to BA.
We fly out of BA in two weeks and will be back to the city soon and we are going to stay in Palermo, a very different part of town we hear which will hopefully excite us a but more about the city. For now we are off on another overnight bus to Puerto Madryn where we are off to see whales and ...

Argentina: Of Margot and Malbec

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 192 photos

... olives and stale bread into the courtyard below proved to be relatively effective, and we were spared from an unpleasant fate of isolation and starvation.

Once we had gotten the most out of Buenos Aires, we left the city for the northern town of Puerto Iguazu, an 18 hour bus ride away.

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Maybe You need to be Jésus....

A travel blog entry by annrepp on Mar 20, 2014

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to be a man and master the art of multitasking to perfection. Taxi driving in Buenos Aires can be kind of an extreme sport on a good day. Today my cab driver took it up a notch. Ticked all the usual boxes..radio on full blast with the latest tango soundtrack...one arm casually out the window - holding a cigarette of course - driving full speed, full stop, in and out, overtaking when it seemed ...

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A travel blog entry by beccie_andy on Feb 05, 2014

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... did find out for definite. We went to the antiques market in San Telmo and managed to lose about 7 hours there. Never seem so much amazing vintage stuff in one place. This market runs the whole of Defensa and has everything from empanadas to a whole stall dedicated to vintage soda siphons, with lots of street performers in between. It's probably a good job we don't live here otherwise we would have bought so much stuff. Who doesn't need a pig with ...

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