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From USD $80 an night - beautiful one bedroom apartment
OneRoom Daily Kitchen
And on Defensa Street, number 251, ...........Inbetween Moreno Street...
Buenos Aries City, Plaza de Mayo and San Telmo. In front to the Saint Francis Church and next to the City Museum.Number of bedrooms: 1
Maximum Capacity: For 4 Guests max
Size : 82 mts² some near 880 sq feet
Important historic Building in front of the Saint Francis Church down town BA, one beautiful bedroom apartment with full dinning room as well as a complete living room located in the exclusive neighborhood of Plaza de Mayo in an exquisite area surrounded by Museums to historic building and cafes, an important architectural neighborhood and the apartment in one of the most exciting historic building there and you will find this areas just a stepping stone away from the San Telmo Flea market & The Plaza de Mayo, being the heart of the city, once there you can feel the heart beat socail & politically for this whole country, something that you can not miss.
Just a block an d a half away from the Pink House or Avenida de Mayo And all the Subway and more than enough Buses and Taxis to take you to any other part of this city.
It has 1 bedrooms, with a double queen seize bed and in the living room you have a double sommier. Both beds are very comfortable. Sheets and towels are changed once a week
…..the bathroom is complete with a old fashion tub and the kitchen fully equipped with oven, refrigerator with freezer and microwaves. A small wash room is also next to the kitchen.
It’s a very luminous department and is in the 2th floor, just like those French apartments high ceiling and plenty of air + with a small balcony.
Week: and as low as USD 250 per week,.........
Contact: Bob Frassinettibob@frassinetti.com This apartment has:
Individual Air Conditioning in master bedroom
Wooden floor and doors and windows.
Linens & Towels provided (changed once a week)
Maid service once a week
29” Cable TV
Dishes Kitchenware & Cooking Utensils Provided
Refrigerator with freezer
Microwave & Coffee machine
One complete bathroom
Telephone / Complimentary Long distance calls with telephone cardWi LanBooks and magazines on Art and Art History for Argentina and Buenos Aires, both in English and Spanish. Guide books and on the walls Art works and decoration from the private collection of Bob Frassinetti, art and antique dealer as well as Toy Exhibits from the Buenos Aires Toy Museum [object]
Apartment for Rent Defensa Street 251 B's A's
Topic: Apartment Rent
Apartment for Rent Defensa Street 251 in the heart of this wonderfull city of B's A's..............
Living with Art and Antiques on Defensa Street 251 Buenos Aires ........ Living, working and investing in the South of South America. Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
The Museum of the City was created in 1968, by the local authorities seeking to preserve the rich and wonderful history of Buenos Aires thru means of the conservation of the material remains of the people who lived in the country’s capital. For the first couple of years, the Museum was set in a provisory location, until 1973 when it was finally set in its actual location on Alsina 412. The Museum was originally a family house built around 1894, and it is preserved in its most original features. On the ground floor at the corner of Defensa and Alsina is the famous and beautiful La Estrella Pharmacy featuring the original décor and furniture, and still works as a pharmacy supplying the neighbors with their recipes as any drugstore. The neighboring houses of Elorriaga and Maria Josefa Ezcurra, are two early 1800 constructions together with the Casa de los Querubines from late 19th century, are all property of the Museum because of their incredible historical relevance. All of these buildings are currently undergoing a process of rehab that will result into the reconstruction of a very important historical part of our city. This particular museum has the objective of documenting and sharing the history of the people of Buenos Aires, their customs and traditions, the way the anonymous Portenos used to live. They achieve these goals thru means of the conservation of antique every day items such as objects, photographs, texts, architectural elements, etc. The Museum’s board also created in 1970 the traditional San Pedro Telmo Fair of antiques that takes place every Sunday at Plaza Dorrego. There are two other major cultural events of the city that were conceived by the City museum, and among the finest we can spot the Arts Fair which gathers painters, sculpture makers and photographers every Friday and Sunday in San Francisco Plazoleta.
Back to the Museum, its permanent collection has a great variety of treasured items ranging from antique buttons to postcards, to furniture, tiles, popular antique mate gores and several other everyday life objects… also featuring amazing design items, publicity boards, photographs of which they have over 32,000 glass negatives, toys and of course the earliest cultural expressions of a true form of Buenos Aires art, fileteado…
Not only is this museum strategically located in the heart of the historical quarter of Buenos Aires, but it is also a peek into Old Buenos Aires, that traditional and bewitching city of good airs, home of Tango, steak and soccer that most travelers from around the globe have learnt to love and cherish!
Or if you are interested in Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only if you need tips and travel information, please feel free to email me…….
Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email contact form below .........
Bob Frassinetti, Enterpreneur in the World of art, art collecting and international antiques dealer as well as free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighboring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure from Route 40 and Lighthouse Adventures along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, following like always the Dakar Rally from 2009, 2010,2011, and again 2012! Join me now as we are “Building a Gallery Museum in the Province of Cordoba” Real Estate Investment in Art Bricks and Land, we are and have purchased Land for cultivating Cactus Pear Fruit, and then processing it into wine and Vodka, we are Building a Gallery Museum to Exhibit local Art and Artist as well as our exclusivity Art and Toy Museum Collection ........ Travelling for Art and Antiques" in all South America and I have been on line since 1996 .
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San Telmo, Buenos Aires Argentina