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Old Mar 8, 19, 9:21 am
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Originally Posted by Justin Case View Post
Area recommendations??

after a couple of days in the Palermo area, we are flying to IGR and the back to AEP.
we arrive ar AEP in the afternoon and are flying out of EZE the next day (also afternoon).

what is a nice and convinient area to stay ar for that final 24h/night?
The only decent hotel near the airport (Holiday Inn) is (1) several KMs from the airport, and (2) there is nothing nearby, except a (reportedly) very good restaurant. Since you are looking at a 30 to 45 minute afternoon ride from most parts of the city, I'd just stay wherever you wish, and allow for an extra few minutes of transit if necessary. From San Telmo, you're looking at a 30 minute afternoon ride to EZE (assuming no accidents, etc.) which would be the "closest" tourist-friendly area to EZE. There's a Curio (by Hilton) and several boutique hotels.
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Old Mar 8, 19, 3:22 pm
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The Curio is called the Anselmo . We have stayed a couple of times and its pretty decent although the rooms are a little small . Very close to La Brigada , if you fancy some good steak on your last night
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Interesting article has anyone been to the Wine Bar Vico 140 selections!


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Old Mar 18, 19, 4:04 pm
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Note that the ATMs that you'd find by arrivals (after customs, before you go outside) are gone because of construction. Are there any remaining that might be convenient for arriving pax?
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Originally Posted by Eastbay1K View Post
Note that the ATMs that you'd find by arrivals (after customs, before you go outside) are gone because of construction. Are there any remaining that might be convenient for arriving pax?
Answering my own question - there are temporary-looking HBSC machines to the left of the landside Banco Nacion. After you leave the customs hall, you'd make almost a U turn to your right, and there are some isolated "temporary" check in counters, and you'll see the machines. Not a particularly easy find. But when you see the Banco, you'll be able to find the machines.
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