Mansion Vitraux Boutique Hotel, Wine Lounge & Spa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Carlos Calvos 369, Buenos Aires, 1102, Argentina
Mansion Vitraux Boutique Hotel, Wine Lounge & Spa
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san telmo and la boca in october

by AnnPuddu

i will be in buenos aires for about six weeks (midseptember through the end of october 2009) and will be working in la boca area for october. i would like to rent an apartment in the san telmo neighborhood for convenience.

have been contacting various rental agencies and will be able to view some apartments before making a choice...any suggestions about streets in san telmo that are quieter, safer, lovelier??? or any suggestions about rental agencies to

would also love to take some tango lessons, some spanish lessons. any ideas?

thanks as always to vt members for help.

Re: san telmo and la boca in october

by Bigmac52

Try - they are pretty good. I've used them several times over the last 5 years and they always give a good service.

Their site is on the Intenet and you choose which Barrio you want and look up Apartments that suit your needs and price.

Be sure to contact them by E:mail and specifically state that you want somewhere quiet or not too far from the centre or whatever. They will accommodate you.



Re: san telmo and la boca in october

by puppis

Get a street map. In San Telmo, the safest part is inside this square:

San Juan Ave.- Balcarce St.-Independencia Ave.- Chacabuco St.

Dont accept any appartment in the Constitucion neighborhood. Any doubt, write me.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Relaxing in the Lounge before a Flight

by cjg1

It's always great to have lounge access before boarding a flight. The lounge was virtually empty and we had a seat in the corner. I like to arrive early and relax. We checked some e-mails and Liz did some school work. I enjoyed some Quilmes and Liz had some white wine. They had some nice cheese, crackers and fruit to munch.

Feria de Mataderos

by vtveen

I don't know if the gaucho's on the Feria de Mataderos are real gaucho's, but it was great fun to see them riding their horses and playing games on a horseback.

They are part of the Feria de Mataderos and start their 'performance' in the afternoon. During our visit (mid November) at 3.00 p.m.

For more info about the Feria de Mataderos see my 'things to do tip' and the website ( is only in Spanish, but it has a small map.

The sport of princes

by TheWanderingCamel

You may need a princely income to play polo - maintaining a string of ponies certainly doesn't come cheap - but even years of dire economic troubles hasn't stopped Argentina being the polo capital of the world. Buenos Aires is the only city I've ever been to where there are so many shops devoted to selling polo gear - and I don't mean Ralph's , this is all pukka stuff, just the thing for anyone heading off for a chukka or six. (A game of polo is divided into 6 chukkas of 7 minutes duration)

Polo's exciting to watch - think hockey on horseback, 4 players in each team, thundering around the field, mallets swinging, ends changing with each goal scored - you need to keep your wits about you if you want to follow a game properly so go steady on the champers. The players ride out the whole game, changing ponies after each chukka (hence the need for a "string") - the best riders manage to change ponies without touching the ground. Spectators take to the field at halftime to stomp down the divots kicked up during play. Yes, it's all as esoteric as it sounds, but then who but a fan can follow an game of hockey on ice?

Spring is polo season - October to December - and you don't have to break the budget to watch, though tickets can be hard to get and rain means matches are rescheduled, so getting to a match can be problematical if you're on a tight schedule. The Buenos Aires Herald (in English) will have current information or check the website.


by mtncorg

This building, in the heart of Palermo Chico, is a replica of the French house that San Martin spent his last days in during his long self-exile. The trees are from the same trees of the San Carlos Convent in San Lorenzo – the site of San Martin’s first battle – successful.

Street stuff

by acemj about All over

... You can find many things for sale on the streets of Buenos Aires. These paintings were being sold on El Caminito, the main street in La Boca, but keep your eyes open as you walk around town and you'll find some other interesting things for sale.


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Address: Carlos Calvos 369, Buenos Aires, 1102, Argentina