Real Splendid Hotel

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

Buenos Aires - tango diaries of a blue princess

A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on May 21, 2014

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... of learning how to walk properly. Tango is feeling and walking together with the music. Apparently in my thirties I did (and still do) need a lot of practice how to walk in tango. And oh how it made me change. My body, my mind and how I felt. What a simple thing, being so complex and so beautiful. My teacher said to me you have to walk and feel like a prices. That was the moment la princessa azul (blue princess) was born. Man I feel like a real princess at times ;) and my shoes started ...

Cambio, Cambio, Cambio

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 19, 2014

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... is a huge spire resembling the needle in Washington DC called the obelisco. It is a huge intersection and pretty much the part of the city most people recognise from photographs. We went to the shopping mall and had a bite to eat. The food in the takeaway shops is really good. Proper big juicy steaks with fresh veggies, fresh chicken wraps, grilled lamb and every other kind of meat you could think of, just in the food ...


A travel blog entry by ejae on Feb 03, 2014

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... bags/soups) only to discover someone had
either stolen it or it had been chucked despite having my name and "don't throw out until 1/2/14 written on the bag. Grrrr.

The same day my Nokia phone that had my local Australian SIM card in decided to show me the white screen of death. No display whatsoever. I can answer calls if I know it is ringing but can't see any messages, or dial any numbers or find my contacts. Making matters ...

Tango-ing around

A travel blog entry by meggles on Nov 25, 2013

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... some prints of an American artist who had been living in BA for the last 7 years but was now trying to sell all his art and move on as had become disenchanted by the city, it was interesting chatting to him and it was tempting to buy a bigger picture as they were beautiful but I managed to restrain myself as my rucksack is already very overloaded. We watched an old couple dance in the square and then after lunch stopped to listen to a local milonga band. ...

What to do when your flight is cancelled

A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 16, 2013

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... estuary. It is essentially at sea level so is tidally influenced as well as prone to flooding during sou'easters. Thus, all structure in the area are elevated a good 10 feet above ground level. It is a mecca for rowers. Unfortunately, jet skis were invented during the last 40 years, and the *******s do their best to ruin everyone else's day.

We took the antiquated train ...

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