Abode B&B

Costa Rica, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina
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Forum Posts

New Years Eve

by GinaZ

We are planning to spend a new Years Eve in Buenos Aires, like to make a reservation in advance for some tango show , dinner and after party, any ideas

Re: New Years Eve

by Porteno

Senor Tango is a huge show, http://www.senortango.com.ar/ more akin to a Broadway production but you do get your monies worth. You can also check out Rojo Tango at the Faena Hotel http://www.rojotango.com/. La Ventana would be another, more traditional show, http://www.la-ventana.com.ar/

These will normally include dinner etc. Would be difficult to see a Tango show, then attend a New Year's Eve dinner somewhere else.

Suerte
SAM

Re: New Years Eve

by hmoitta

we spent a nice New Year's Eve in Senor Tango, with show and dinner, very expensive with tango show Broadway style

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Plaza Dorrego and surroundings

by DPando

San Telmo is my favourite neighbourhood in Buenos Aires..perhaps it reminded mi clearly to Gracia quarter in Barcelona......the streets ..squares like Dorrego ...were so similar and really nice to stroll at twilight....Dorrego square is quite touristic place but at the same time so much cosy that makes you feel really really well...this was my feeling there for 3 times as i went...

Protests in front of political centers

by ptitetoile

As political center, Buenos Aires is also a meeting point for all kind of people that want to show their unhappiness about the governement policies (of the past and of today) ...protest actions are in fact quite often and you will probably notice at least one during your stay like I did...

Watching Football

by Shakermaker

Going to a football match (soccer for americans) is something you have to do. Football here is a big passion and the people really add an extra something to the sport.
Everyone goes to see Boca, but in my opinion you should see River. River's stadium is nicer and also its located on a better neighbourhood so after or before the game you can explore that area.

Chains and corporate shops

by lewatts about Calle Florida (Florida street)

If Calle Florida is too corporate and large for you, simply ask your cab driver to take you to a shopping district near where you're staying. Almost every barrio has an area filled with local, family run shops that offer a bit more authenticity. Argentinians use the English word "Shopping" as a noun, so ask your driver "?Hay otros shopping cerca de Palermo/San Telmo/ Recoleta, etc?"

Interesting place

by skovmand about El Living

This place was a bit strange for me - but anyway I had a very good time there.

Strange because the DJs are playing music videos they seem to have copied from MTv or similar TV channels. This gives a very bad flow in the music - but on the other hand it is entertaining to see the videos blown up in big scale.

A good time because people are very freindly and open to meet new foreign people like me. It was impossible to spend money because of the low cost of drinks and beers.

They have 2 different dance floors. One play everything from Beatles and Lennon to Coleplay - The other plays 80's music and later hits, from Erasure to Haddaway.
Entrence costs 15 Pesos (5 USD) and beers cost 5 Pesos.

It is people mainly in their 20'ies and it is not high class without being trashy.

They get going around 2AM and close at 6AM - then guests continue to "after party" (crazy argentinians) VERY casual. Noone was dressed up at all. I was wearing a blazer as probably the only one.

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