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Not very known, but if you need anything made out of leather, this is your place to go. Located in Villa Crespo, close to palermo soho, its easily accessible and offers leather shoes, jackets, belts and everything else you can imagine.
This terminal is different than other terminals in that you have to take a bus from the terminal to the ship, about a 8 minute drive. The terminal has limited seating. There is a gift shop in the terminal.
This place is well-hidden - to reach it you have to go into what looks like the entrance to an underground car park after the end of Florida Street. It is worth it though, they have interesting exhibitions.
This was my favorite special occasion meal in BA (I went to Aramburu and Chila as well). The food was pan-latin american. The place was very cozy (not pretentious). The service was amazing. The coffee, the drinks, everything was just perfect. 10/10 would recommend.
Fantastic neighborhood pasta place a bit off the tourist trail. No run a of the mill red sauces here but interesting combos and filled pastas [salmon filled raviolis, mustard gnocchi, orchietti with shrimps]. Friendly, efficient service and decent wine list.
We had been told by locals how good this bar was and it lived up to the positive recommendations. Great atmosphere and ambience. Good choice of cocktails and drinks with small local sharing plates that were of good quality to help alongside drinking and having a good time in lively company. Our waitress was especially helpful - Angie - patiently...
Absolutely wonderful front desk staff. So helpful with sightseeing and transportation. Rooms are all different. Bathrooms well appointed and clean. Rooms could use fresh paint. Nice common area that is always available.
The good will of the three gentlemen that are responsible for taking care of the passengers is not enough to please them. I made a reservation on the hotel on Uriarte street which is usually quite. They walked me to the next building on Loyola street, which is disturbingly busy at all times. The noise even after midnight was unbearable....
I stayed for 2 nights and another night on my way to Uruguay and am going back in 2 days for 1 night on my way back home .The accommodationist excellent a kitchen,large room big bed balcony and nice bathroom.Its very well located in San Telmo and a 20 minute walk into the city. The owner and staff are excellent...