Hotel Vitrum

5641 Gorriti, corner of Fitz Roy Street, Buenos Aires, C1414BKE, Argentina
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Forum Posts

What site(s) are the yellowpages for Argentina ?

by iitpp0

What site(s) are the yellowpages for Argentina ?

Re: What site(s) are the yellowpages for Argentina ?

by jerry786

It would be a much better idea to Google what you were looking for.(don't you hate it when people end sentences with a preposition? sorry) I received my 2009-2910 Buenos aires phone books, last week. 2009 is history. I checked airline listings. There are no listings for United or Pluna Airlines, both of whom fly to Buenos Aires.The BA phone books are basically useless.

Re: What site(s) are the yellowpages for Argentina ?

by bairestraveler

the yellowpage for arentina is!
Hope it will help you, If you have other question do not hesitate

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

beautiful contrasts

by Abril29

I would definately take them to La Boca, a beautiful place by the river, with colorful houses, art on the streets and Tango dancers all over the place. I would also take them to San Telmo neighborhood on a Sunday... but there is so much to see!!
An excellent place to eat: El Mirasol in recoleta. They have the most succulent steak in the world!
A must see- the Colon Theatre and the architecture in general. Don't forget to look up! Shopping is great! they have really cool clothes and not expensive at all. I loved going shopping. A few good places are Trossman and Maria Vazquez. Unbelievable!!
I miss my friends at Curiocity (our local hosts) more than anything. Thanks to them, we had an amazing experience in BA, as they call it.

Teatro Cervantes

by sof76

The Cervantes Theater it's the only National Theater of Argentina. It is National Historical and Artistic Monument from October of 1995, by law 24,570, sanctioned by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the
Nation, and 1st of January of 1997 was constituted in autarkic organism.
The National Theater Cervantes develops an intense activity. To the programming of the official season of its rooms, the participation of invited international elencos is added, special functions for schools, spectacles programmed by the Association Friends of the Cervantes Theater, deprived events, courses, factories and seminaries in charge of people from the country and from abroad.

El Teatro Cervantes ostenta el caracter de unico Teatro Nacional de la Republica Argentina. Es Monumento Historico-Artistico Nacional desde octubre de 1995, por la ley 24.570, sancionada por el Senado y la Camara de diputados de la Nacion, y se constituyo en organismo autarquico el 1 de enero de 1997.
El Teatro Nacional Cervantes desarrolla una intensa actividad. A la programaci?n de la temporada oficial de sus salas, se suma la participacion de elencos internacionales invitados, funciones especiales para escuelas, espectaculos programados por la Asociacion Amigos del Teatro Cervantes, eventos privados, cursos, talleres y seminarios a cargo de destacados teatristas del pais y el extranjero. Address: Av. Cordoba 1155

Phone: 4815-8883/6


Chimichurri with that?

by Gypsystravels

Chimichurri is a green (although it can also be red) sauce that Argentinians use to season their "asados" . It's quite tasty and in almost every restaurant you will go to you'll have it brought to your table. I loved the way the sauce brought out the taste of the meat, but Ferni didn't like it at all.

The sauce is made from minced garlic, vegatable or olive oil, finely chopped parsley and red pepper flakes. It can also have red or white vinegar, paprika cumin, some orgeno, thyme, cilantro, a bit of lemon and a bay leaf. The red version will have some tomatos added as well as some red bell peppers.

They also sell the Chimichurri in bottled form to take back home.


by RafaelTheSecond

Heheheheh that is what most argentineans do in the weekends, they usually go to Tigre for a nice rest, to sail on the river channels...Okay, the name Tigre comes really from the word TIGER...Back there in the past, and I am talking about 1580, a special of jaguar used to live there, lots of them... the native called it as yaguaretés (american tiger), but the spanish wrongly thought they were tigers, but thanks to that, TIGRE IS TIGRE!

To go there you jsut need to drive 32km from the OBELISCO, heading north of the city, Tigre is a small town outside of Buenos Aires, it is something they call PROVINCIA DE BUENOS AIRES!

Actually these water belongs to a river called Lujan which will meet the Parana River, and then the Parana Delta will start.

September 13th, 2005

What do you need?

by andal13 about Calle Florida (Florida street)

Florida is a pedestrian street where you will find a lot of nice shops. In a few blocks you can find anything you need.

Florida es una calle peatonal en donde pueden encontrar muchas tiendas lindas. En unas pocas cuadras pueden encontrar lo que necesiten. What do you need? Women's clothes, men's clothes, shoes, sports equipment, CDs, chocolates, jewellery, books, crafts...

¿Qué necesitan? Ropa femenina, ropa masculina, zapatos, equipamiento deportivo, CEs, chocolates, joyas, libros, artesanías...


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