Pampa Plaza Hotel

La Pampa 777, Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1025, Argentina
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  • Couples25
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  • Business20

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Tour

by valeriehuydic

We would like to arrange for a tour of Teatro Colon in English. How do we do that?

Re: Tour

by crazyman2

I suggest that you contact the theatre directly.

The website will allow you to e-mail or 'phone.

Re: Tour

by mark1666

hey i been in buenos aires for like a month. and i meet so many good people there
i meet this guy name Omar he is really nice and he spoke perfect english, he is a traveler like me. he does some exiting tours in the city, i did a wine tasting and some museums. very cheap.here is his email buenosairesfresh@gmail. get in touch with him and tell him that mark says hi.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Spanish school in Buenos Aires

by KajsaC

Hello!
I have just completed 4 weeks of classes at Verbum and liked it very much.
Their website is www.verbum.biz

Good things:
- good, enthusiastic teachers
- wide range of nationalities
- regular social activities
- flexible
- competitive price

Bad things:
- occasionally a bit chaotic (but it's the flip side of flexible!)
- not very close to Palermo (where I live) but they are moving there soon.

I had group lessons. There is a certain degree of luck as to who is in
the group, as this can affect your progress. Most people seemed keen to
learn and worked reasonably hard but there were exceptions! However,
the school is friendly and flexible and if you have an issue you should
just talk to them about it and they will sort it out.

Cabildo

by sof76

It's one of the oldest buildings of Buenos Aires that has suffered numerous modifications. It was finished to build in 1748, but was founded in 1806. Its museum conserves the memory of the colonial epoque. All the weeks a fair of crafts is opened in the patio.

Es uno de los edificios mas antiguos de Buenos Aires que ha sufrido numerosas modificaciones.
Se termino de construir en 1748, pero fue fundado en 1806.
Su museo conserva la memoria de la epoca colonial. Todas las semanas se abre en el patio una feria de artesanias. Address: Bolívar 65

Living in Palermo

by Maggies

Right next to Recoleta, Palermo is another exclusive residencial area. There are tree linked alleys and beautiful parks all around. The building you see on the picture inhabited by the rich and famous. Every 500 sq meter level in the building has only one appartment on the level.

Puente de la Mujer

by hekate

OK, it is not exactly an off the beaten path nor Must see. It is a bridge called Puente de la Mujer.

I liked the architecture that is why I took the picture. Unfortunately we were just passing by with a bus, so actually I didn't manage to walk trought the brige but if I ever get back to Buenos Aires, probably I will do it :)))

And here is some info I found on the net that you might find interesting:

It is the first work that the architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava built in Latin America. This bridge is 160 m. long by 5 m. wide. The metallic arm, 39 m. high, can be seen from Leandro N. Alem avenue.

The bridge is prepared to move up whenever a ship has to get through. The pivoting mechanism is one of the biggest in the world. It has 20 electric and computerized motors in the main axle.

This bridge was granted to the City of Buenos Aires by the businessman Alberto L. González. It has been an investment of 6 million dollars. Built in Spain, its different fragments were then shipped to Buenos Aires.

The plastic interpretation of the work is a couple dancing tango, where the white mast represents the man and the curved profile of the bridge is the woman.

Address:
Dock 3 in Puerto Madero

Directions:
Between the bridges facing Macacha Güemes, Perón, Azucena Villaflor and Belgrano avenues

American Leather

by Gypsystravels about Leather

Ferni was looking for a new leather jacket to take back home. After spending some time walking around Florida Street we finally found something that he liked in the window of this shop.

We walked in and were greeted by two saleswomen, both very friendly and eager to show us what they had. The jacket in the window was a really nice botton down jacket with no open lapels, which is what Ferni wanted. He tried on the jacket and it fit perfect, only problem, I didn't like the leather. I asked the saleswomen if she had a much better quality leather and she brought out the same jacket made of lambskin, now that jacket looked and felt so much better.

Ferni quickly paid for the jacket and we were off. Leather lambskin jacket for Ferni was $890 pesos, a bargin!!

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