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Peron 85 0, Buenos Aires, 1009, Argentina

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Loi Suites in Recoleta and Estancias near BA

by travelm8s

We are travelling back to Buenos Aires again this year (We loved it) and are now staying in Recoleta at the Loi. Anyone have any comments about this hotel? We stayed in Palermo last year and loved the area.
Also, we would appreciate finding a day trip to a smaller less touristy Estancia. Any recommendations? Thank you in advance for your responses.
Happy Travelling!

Re: Loi Suites in Recoleta and Estancias near BA

by rouruguay

Hi,
don't know the Hotel,but the neighbourhood is very nice and clasy.You can also go to Colonia,crossing the river to Uruguay,really nice trip and you can go to a Estancia.Try it,you will love it.Plus Colonia is A city that is Patrimonio de la Humanidad.

Re: Loi Suites in Recoleta and Estancias near BA

by diana_renou

Hi, my daughter works in a tourist agency and she told me that Lois suites is very nice hotel and the area is good too. Good luck!!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Spanish Lessons

by barryg23

Before we arrived in Latin America we spoke very little Spanish, so, with Buenos Aires as our first stop, we arranged lessons with the Edena Spanish school. We took individual lessons for 3 hours a day for 8 days. Individual lessons can be very demanding but in my opinion they are better than group classes as I think you get more attention and more time for conversation. I had an excellent teacher, Ingrid, with whom I got on very well. Though she gave me so much homework that I barely had time left for sightseeing!

Our lessons cost $10 per hour which is certainly cheaper than many other schools in the city. There are cheaper countries in which to learn Spanish but if you find yourself in Buenos Aires, Edena is a good choice. After 8 days I had improved hugely and had learned so much.

For more information have a look at the website: http://www.edena.unlugar.com

Internet Cafes and Telephones

by Sonador3

The best way to make phone calls is not from your hotel room or apartment, but through Locutorios. They seem to be on every corner. And most of the Locutorios have an Internet connection; small booths where you'll be able to check your e-mail. Prices for both Internet and phone call are very reasonable, though if you need to make an international call, I'd advise you to purchace a phone card. Phone cards arew available at most kiosks.

My favorite Locutorio is the Otro Rollo in Recoleta. The Internet connection is high-speed and if there are no booths available, then they'll offer you a cup of cappucino at no charge...which is a nice touch. Plus, instead of a cramped little space, Otro Rollo is large and airy and the owner is very friendly.

Located at Las Heras 1856 not far from Recoleta Village. 5237-6039

Bandeon Player.

by pepples46

Bandeon Player..he brings out the soul, and the Tango is alive.
wander around in the side streets of BsAs, watch and see life on a daily basis, go off the beaten pathe and more often then not you will hear and see things, which are not in your travelguide...you hear a Bandolo player on a Saturday afternoon from a window above you or sitting in an entrance of a building just playing, practicing...just having fun

EVITA DUARTE PERON MONUMENT

by mtncorg

Here, on the grounds of what has become the Biblioteca Nacional, is a monument facing the busy Avenida del Libertador commemorating Eva Duarte Peron. Between 1943 and 1955, Juan Peron had his residence here – Evita dying here 26 July 1952. The house was razed by his successors, but what comes around goes around and Evita is back. The monument is also unique in that the grafitti splashed over so many other statues is absent here.

more expensive than the Abasto

by solcitom87 about Alto Palermo Shopping Mall

this shopping is much smaller than the "Abasto",

it has less shops

And prices are 10 to 15% more expenses than the Abasto (my own experience, i paid $arg 10 more for a pair of shoes on this mall that the original price on any other store outside the mall)

the most popular trade marks that Porteños wear are on this shooping like: Levis, Wanama, Adidas, Quicksilver, The roxy, billabong, lady store (shoes), Caro Cuore (for women underwear), kill, yagmour, chocalate, etc Anything you want! Exchanged currancy aprox:

1 u$D = $arg 3.15

1 euro = $arg 4.65

1 £ (british pound) = $arg 6.30

1 $R (brasil reais) = $arg 1.85

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