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Suipacha 1015, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Casa Calma Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 46% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Last Minute Cruise Tickets


I am planning to be in Buenos Aires mi January 2010 for a tour of Argentina. I am considering including a cruise either from Buenos Aires or from Ushuaia to Antartica.
Where in Buenos Aires / Ushuaia could I buy tickets?
Can I get a good deal at the 'last minute'?
How long before the departure date should I start to look?

Re: Last Minute Cruise Tickets

by puppis

I cant answer your questions, but check this page of Costa Cruceros, with tours during January 2010.

Re: Last Minute Cruise Tickets


Thank you for the URL. I looked at the website, but I regret I don't know Spanish so I was unable to obtain full information. However, I am sure if fill in the enquiry form there would be a reply in English. I will perhaps try this when my plans are more firm.

Is this travel agency well known / established? I may have missed it, but I could not see any address on the website: I am always cautious of companies that want to trade but keep their location secret. Am I being over paranoid?

Re: Last Minute Cruise Tickets

by aseem311

check with this company

i just came back from argentina... this company has really good travel packages... might have to call them up for ushuaia, its not listed on their website.

Re: Last Minute Cruise Tickets

by puppis

Most of the cruises that arrive to Argentina are from Costa Cruceros. They are a well known company, trust me. I have not used them because I hate to be tied to a ship, but I would use them. They make a lot of tours between BA and Brasil. No problem.

I am giving you a wen page with their officies around the world, also the one in Buenos Aires:

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

A touch of class

by andal13

I was born and live in Montevideo, Uruguay; Argentina is our neighbour country, and Montevideo and Buenos Aires are quite close; Rio de la Plata separates and joins us...Buenos Aires is like an elder sister, beautiful, glamorous, elegant, with a touch of class... that we admire and envy a little...

Nací y vivo en Montevideo, Uruguay; Argentina es el país vecino, y Montevideo y Buenos Aires se encuentran bastante cercanas; el Río de la Plata nos separa y nos une... Buenos Aires es como una hermana mayor, hermosa, glamorosa, elegante, con un toque de distinción... que admiramos y envidiamos un poquito... Las tardecitas de Buenos Aires, tienen ese qué sé yo,¿Viste?
Salgo de casa, por Arenales. Lo de siempre: en la calle y en mí. . .
Cuando, de repente, de atrás de ese árbol, se aparece él.
Mezcla rara de penúltimo linyera y de primer polizón en el viaje
a Venus: medio melón en la cabeza, las rayas de la camisa pintadas
en la piel, dos medias suelas clavadas en los pies y una banderita de
taxi libre levantada en cada mano. ¡Ja, Ja! Parece que sólo yo lo
veo. Porque él pasa entre la gente, y los maniquíes le guiñan; los
semáforos le dan tres luces celestes y las naranjas del frutero de la
esquina le tiran azahares...
Horacio Ferrer - Balada para un loco (fragmento)

Torre de los Ingleses

by sof76

This is Torre de los ingleses. It's located in Retiro.

It's origin is curious. When Bs. As. was preparing for the celebrations of the centenary of the May Revolution all the countries they sent their delegations with the exception of England, cause their king, Eduardo VII had recently died. The British residents decided to offer this monument, which project belongs to the architect Ambrose Poynter, to the country that it had received them.

su origen es curioso. Cuando Bs.As. se aprestaba para los festejos del centenario de la Revolucion de Mayo todos los paises enviaron sus delegaciones a excepcion de Inglaterra, que se hallaba de luto por la reciente muerte del rey Eduardo VII, por lo que la representacion britanica no participo de los festejos. Los residentes britanicos decidieron ofrecer ese monumento, cuyo proyecto es del arquitecto Ambrose Poynter, al pais que los habia acogido. De estilo renacentista, todo el material empleado para la construccion fue traido especialmente de Inglaterra. Tiene 70 metros de altura, y esta bien definido en tres niveles. Un primer nivel inferior que comprende escalinatas y el amplio balcon balaustrado, el nivel medio donde se destacan los escudos de las dos naciones y un pequeño balcon, y el superior, ocupado por el campanario de capitel corintio, que encierra en su interior cinco campanas. Solo las piezas que ponen en funcionamiento la maquinaria del reloj pesan una tonelada cada una. El cuadrante posee un diametro de 5,50 metros. Address: Libertador & Santa Fe


by RafaelTheSecond

Well, I also found that fellow, he was quite wlecoming, but suddenly he decides to make his physical needs in front of me and some people. But he and his friends make a real show in the end of such a pleasant afternoon in Palermo!

September 27th, 2005

P.S. I was in the zoo! :)

Keep an open eye for alternative art

by mrtourne

While you are strolling along Recoleta, make a little time to stop by and take in some of the many exhibits at Centro Cultural Recoleta (the brick-red painted building in between the church of Pilar and the Buenos Aires Design Center. Admission is free every day for all exhibits and there's usually an eclectic mix of installations, photography, sculpture and other artistic expressions. There is a nice patio inside and a terrace from where you can take in a nice view of Buenos Aires, as well as brand new theatrical space (funded by De La Guarda, the company that has been off-Broadway for about 5 years now) where you can catch some avant-garde dance / theatrical events. (and sometimes, De La Guarda itself at much lower prices than in the US)

Great deals in excellent leather!

by sabrina_florida about Leather

*Although Florida street in downtown hosts some good shops where to buy leather,all locals agree that the best place to do it is on Murillo street. There are plenty of shops there where you can walk around looking for the best design or the best deals.

*As for bags, wallets and belts the best brands in terms of design and quality are Prüne, Blaqué and Lazaro. These are usually found in shopping malls, as well as in the main shopping streets in Buenos Aires.


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Address: Suipacha 1015, Buenos Aires, Argentina