Real Splendid Hotel

Address: Ramon L. Falcon 2799, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1406, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Back to BA

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 18, 2015

I departed Ushuaia late this morning and left behind crazy wind and 9 degrees. I landed in Buenos Aires just shy of 3.5 hours and welcomed much warmer temperatures here…..I love 28 Degrees!

My flight was uneventful and my luggage arrived quickly off the carousel. I jumped in a private car service which only cost about $15 Cdn. There are some horror stories about taxi drivers taking advantage of tourists with fake bills and switcheroo of the money - ...

At the airport

A travel blog entry by ivanandchris on Mar 17, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

Ok so here were are now with a wait of 7 hours before our flight back to Santiago unless we can get an earlier one which is unlikely.
yesterday was interesting outside the hotel when suddenly road rage was all the go. A rather annoyed taxi driver spat at another guy and pulled out a metal pipe from his cab. The other guy shouting back drew what appeared to be a hand gun. Lots more shouting from other irate drivers and it ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by adamclairewebs on Dec 18, 2014

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... stayed on a working ranch in Patagonia c) Adam hadn't quite recovered (emotionally) from the four day trek in Chile d) we quickly fell in love with Buenos Aires ..... we decided to alter our route somewhat and go to Uruguay for a day trip and extend our time in BA. This allowed us to stay in a few different locations around Buenos Aires and, similarly to London, each district had its own culture and feel. Initially we visited the main ...


A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Nov 05, 2014

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... the end of the 19th century “Portenos” has come to be the name of the people from this city. As a result of great immigration waves from Europe, peaking in the 1880’s, the Rio de la Plata area, and in particular Buenos Aires as well as Montevideo, are mostly populated with people of European descent, mainly Italian and Spanish. This explained why, as we strolled down the Boulevard Rivadavia, enthralled by ...

Uruguay: R&R, more steak and USD

A travel blog entry by curto on Oct 06, 2014

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... and exchange rates it is still sooo worth it!
So back in BA and steering clear of Milhouse, it was a trip down to Florida street to change some coin, it really is a little surreal having about 10 ppl asking to change your money with them in some random places (in my case a suitcase shop) for almost 80% higher than the official rate, meaning that you walk out of such an odd situation with wads of notes shoved down the daks for a quick trip to drop it off. ...

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