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

Long bus rides and coxinha and BRASILLLLL

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich on Jun 07, 2015

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... have places like this in the states. When you enter, you get this plastic card with a barcode, like a chip, except the size of a credit card (I'll upload a pic). Then you go to whichever food stops in the food court, and instead of paying multiple times, they just scan your plastic card and after you eat, you bring your card to the register and pay for everything all together. I was fascinated. It was so ingenious. Why aren't we they smart? Oh, probably because people would find a way to ...

Day 77

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 19, 2015

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... jock. He was looking for 300 pesos per ticket and though we were wary of their legitimacy we decided to buy them anyway. They were like credit cards and had a name on each one. Myself and Gilly were both Juan Fernandez and Sheeno was Antonio Chavez. the tout said we had to walk around the other side of the stadium to get in so around we went and started queuing up. There was 3 security checks before getting to the stadium and there were so many dodgy looking lads floating ...

Last two stops

A travel blog entry by mollyquul on Feb 12, 2015

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... stopping to let a seal get to the water. Our Zodiak cruise gave us a close-up view of the volcanic rock. The real highlight was a curious seal that followed us, popping it's head out of the water. In the afternoon, our last stop was Elephant Point on Livingston Island. Here we saw the larger Elephant seals. They can be hostile, so we didn't get too close. We could hear the sounds of a large group up the hill. Also this was our last view of penguins before heading ...

Peron territory

A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 30, 2014

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... are available). An impressive building built in the early 1900s during the heady days of wealthy families before the economic collapse.

What a difference sunshine makes. Second day in BA began with a visit to a libreria El Ateneo. The bookstore is actually a very old and very beautiful theatre. Next stop was el Cimiterio de Recoleta to see the mausoleum of Eva Peron and family. The Cimiterio is amazing - wall to wall mausoleums of mainly public figures. It put ...

A few days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Sep 09, 2014

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... seen this on The Simpsons). The show was good, it was interesting after having heard the history of tango today (originally tango was danced only by men, waiting at brothels, then when the Argentinians took the dance back to Europe the French and Spanish assured them it would be better to dance it with women...). The show had several different dancing segments, including one guy named juan Carlos somebody, apparently the best tango dancer of the last century, and an amazing ...

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