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Buenos Aires is big. We decided to be cheap and take the local bus from the airport into town. An hour and a half of standing on a hot crowded bus later we spilled out onto the street and headed straight to an ice-cream parlour - textbook hardened traveller behaviour.
Having checked ourselves into the Ritz next to the "widest avenue in the …
Tigre is a quiet sleepy little town on the edge of the Delta de Paraná about thirty km north-west of Buenos Aires. Sleepy during the week that is, but on weekends it is rudely awoken by thousands of city-weary porteños who pour out of the metropolis to find some cleaner air and greener pastures. It is certainly greener as its location on the very …
... These markets and artisans are out in San Telmo every Sunday. We spent hours walking down miles and miles of streets browsing different vendors and artists. After San Telmo, we grabbed a light lunch to hold us over for dinner.
Dinner took place in Palermo SOHO at another restaurant that came highly recommended called La Cabrerra. We had tried going there earlier in our trip but it was always packed with a very long ...
... turns out different than we expected :-) The Bed & Breakfast (the name remains a secret because of confidentiality) was in fact in a very bad condition. It was dirty and had centimeters of thick dust everywhere. The rooms were cold and everything was damp, because the house is right at the river and pulls the moisture like a sponge.
When we arrived there were still 4 more volunteers - but not one single guest. Because of that we got at least one of ...
... br> Argentinians are football crazy + it would be a sin to support any other
team! La Boca is really touristy with tango sreet shows, restaurants +
souvenior shops! It was a joy to visit though as its so bright +
vibrant! We stopped in on a corner cafe for a coffee + a submarino (a
bar of chocolate dropped into hot milk, really good!) + a people watch!
Later we srolled across town to have a look at the government buildings!
This part of town ...
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