Hotel Las Naciones

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Av. Corrientes 818, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina
Las Naciones Hotel
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Forum Posts

soccer match and tango - January 2011

by Tesoro7

I am visiting BsAs January 11-January 14 and wanted to see a good soccer game. Please tell me where to go and the name of favorite team.
Also - best place to see traditional tango (no lessons, just watching)?
Thank you for your help!

Re: soccer match and tango - January 2011

by cgf

to see tango you can go to many places, also on street (ie Florida in the afternoon in front where there was C&A) or some restaurant like
Esquina Homero Manzi at Boedo neighbourhood www.esquinahomeromanzi.com.ar
or
Esquina Carlos Gardel which is probably the most famous (imho looks like a Cirque du Soleil) www.esquinacarlosgardel.com.ar
or
El Viejo Almacen in San Telmo www.viejo-almacen.com.ar

about soccer...NO SOCCER GAMES in Juanuary, it would be very hot and it's usually the holiday month in Argentina.

Re: soccer match and tango - January 2011

by diana_renou

Soccer match in Argentina in summer is played in Mar del Plata, a city beach 404 km. from Buenos Aires.

Re: soccer match and tango - January 2011

by diana_renou

Tango places recommended are very good, see also this place in San Telmo:
http:www.viejoalmacen.com.ar

Re: soccer match and tango - January 2011

by diana_renou

http://www.viejo-almacen.com.ar/

Re: soccer match and tango - January 2011

by diana_renou

Show de tango in Buenos Aires

Show of Tango:
- Señor Tango
- La Ventana
- Gala Tango
- Tango Palace
- El Viejo Almacen
- Madero Tango
- Boca Tango
- Piazzolla Tango
- Esquina de Carlos Gardel
- Sabor a Tango
- El Querandí
- Complejo Tango



http://www.opcionbuenosaires.com.ar/en/show_tango/show_tango.php

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

walking around Buenos Aires

by Bulgaria11

Buenos Aires is very lovely city and people are very friendly and helpfull.
The things that I love about Buenos Aires is that the lay out of the city, it is so easy for tourist to walk around and find the tourist attraction on their own.
The city have many park and seating area, the cafe is everywhere.
4 - 5 Star restaurant will only open for dinner from 8 pm, so if you want to dine earlier , you might consider to go to cafe.
Currently one US dollars = 3.05 Peso argentina.
If you have time please visit their Farm where you can meet the real cowboy and taste a real Argentina BBQ cowboy way. Trip to La Boca, what a colorfull place that was.
And to have dinner at one of the most famous tango club in Buenos Aires (senior Tango) absolutely wonderfull experience.

Retiro

by DPando

its a link...this place is a big square full of small buses stops that run to other neighbourhood and municipalities outside Capital (as locals known Buenos Aires city), places like Quilmes.. Avellaneda, Florencio Varela.... place at all touristic but absolutelly different to yhe capital ...Also it contains the main train station to the north and a omnibus main station ...buses run to every place in Argentina from here
you can get there using the subte line C ..be careful at evening because this isnt a suggestive place to walk

Some grocery products have strange names

by b1bob

Like I said earlier, going shopping for groceries in a foreign country is an educational experience. There were baked goods with the brand name Bimbo. That was funny because, in American English, "bimbo" means a loose woman. I'll bet folks were wondering about this "gringo loco" breaking into uproarious laughter about a loaf of bread.

Embassy Saga

by Assenczo

This is site I came across spontaneously. I was not prompted - it just happened. I do not know the details (yet) but it seems that this was the place where once the Israeli Embassy stood. Instead of obliterating the history by building new "filler" (mind you these BA fillers are quite the masterpieces) there is a deliberate attempt to save the memory of a terrifying experience. Comments, especially from "insiders" are welcome, so I can sift reality from fiction and truth from propaganda.

Duty Free Shopping

by tini58de

When I passed through the passport control of the international airport of Buenos Aires, I could not believe my eyes:

okay, I have seen many duty free shopping areas in airports, but this was something else!! The duty free area is like a big shopping mall, one counter next to the other with sweets, perfume, well, the typical things to buy at an airport! Just the way it is presented, was truly amazing!!!

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