Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Recoleta - Cemetery City, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Recoleta - Cemetery City

A travel blog entry by florby

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... here. Entry was 40pesos pp, and we had a bottle of Chardonnay which cost 80. There were 3 comedians, of which 2 were foreign. Jokes were great, and I enjoyed my time there. We took the bus back later, saving much time and feet pain. Buenos Aires, ...

Boca - Colored tin houses, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Boca - Colored tin houses

A travel blog entry by florby

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... and took some photos (regret not having my camera with me). After that, we had to search for the bus terminal for bus 64 which would take us back to our hostel. Did grocery shopping near the hostel afterwards and rested for the day. Buenos Aires, ...

Buenos Aires, take two., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires, take two.

A travel blog entry by ameng

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The second time around in Buenos Aires was just as amazing as the first. This time we stayed in hostel Milhouse, a well known party hostel that had parties and other events on most nights. We ate at quite a few of the different steak restaurants again, ...

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ameng

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... joints in Puerto Madero, and after midnight we headed out to Plaza Serrano for a late night feed (3am) and experienced some Buenos Aires nightclubs, eventually ending up at breakfast at 8am straight from the club. 21/11/10 - Sunday Attended a Boca ...

A tranquil change of plans, San Antonio de Areco, Argentina travel blog

A tranquil change of plans

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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Our journey up to Buenos Aires from Puerto Madryn went fine and our last bus of the whole trip caused us as little trouble as all the others we have taken. We weren't in BsAs for long though as the next morning we had an early flight to Iguazu to see the ...

A short administrative detour, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

A short administrative detour

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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... can’t hold us back.   After I had collected my passport the next day we used our second unexpected day in Buenos Aires to be very efficient.  We bought the camping stuff that we were originally going to buy when we arrived in Mendoza ...

An amazing end to an amazing trip, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

An amazing end to an amazing trip

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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... but most of the time was spent soaking up the atmosphere.  In the heart of San Telmo we came across something else that Buenos Aires is famous for, street tango.  Obviously it’s just for the tourists, and it was a little uninteresting when ...

Cheaper Than Jenny Craig, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Cheaper Than Jenny Craig

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... pretty chandelier on my cracked plaster ceiling and thought….oh no….now I can’t walk across Spain either…or see Buenos Aires…..or Machu Picchu…..ok – it was a whiny day…… Then, last month in Peru, in ...

The hunt for a steak, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

The hunt for a steak

A travel blog entry by florby

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... , probably the best I've had. The price, even better. At 140 pesos (20usd). That left us extremely satisfied and checked off the Argentinan steak on our list. Went back to the hostel to chill out after. Leaving for iguazu tomorrow! Buenos Aires, ...

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by patagonia2peru

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We have had a busy time in Buenos Aires getting everything in order for our trip, but we are now ready to go. "Ginger", our mascot, strapped to Philsy`s handlebars, is also rearing to go. All that holds us back now is finding a flight to Ushuaia . . ...

The day starts at midnight, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

The day starts at midnight

A travel blog entry by ameng

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... and various other acts.  Before we headed back to the hostel we also sat outside the Law Building of the University of Buenos Aires, and took some photos at the giant flower statue in the park. For lunch we bought some salami, cheese and baguettes ...

Smashing photos, Montevideo, Argentina travel blog

Smashing photos

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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Since I had managed to fill up all six of the memory cards for my digital camera due to my trigger happy overuse of the fabulous little machine, Pablo kindly offered to burn the photos onto CD for me so as I could free up some space on the cards. This we ...

The traveling Oscars., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

The traveling Oscars.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... talking parrots and magpies here!!!): 1. Cali, Colombia 2. Medellin, Colombia 3. Cartagena, Colombia 4. Rio, Brazil 5. Buenos Aires, Argentina 6. Asuncion, Paraguay 7. Florianópolis, Brazil 8. Popayan, Colombia 9. Mendoza, Argentina 10. Leon, ...

A World of Travellers, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

A World of Travellers

A travel blog entry by helene

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... to some of the girls in the hostel I was in ... Club 18 - 30 is alive and well and using hair straighteners in Buenos Aires. I`ve rented an apartment for my three months here and the area I`m living in, Palermo Viejo, is so cool it`s positively ...

The boys are back in town..., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

The boys are back in town...

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... or less every day. It's not like you have to wait until the next weekend before the city wakes up again. I arrive in Buenos Aires on a Friday morning, after spending 14 hours on a night bus from Mendoza. That same night I go to familiar restaurants, ...

No Norwegian julegran as far as the eye can see., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

No Norwegian julegran as far as the eye can see.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... sure, only thing I know is that I enjoyed it a lot. As I just mentioned, I spent Christmas in Argentina, mainly in and around Buenos Aires. But I also plan to spend another week in fashionable Punta del Este, Uruguay, as you will see in the next blog ...

Don't cry for me Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Don't cry for me Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by semi-backpacker

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... birthplace of Tango. It was vibrant and joyful and I really could have enjoyed it for much longer, if I had the time. OTHER BUENOS AIRES FAVORITES The rest of the tour was extremely enjoyable. The bus took us to water-front Puerto Madero, Paris-like ...

Big city nights., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Big city nights.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... , after almost two weeks in Buenos Aires. Next stop is Uruguay for a few days, before I head back into Argentina. I have had a really good time in Buenos Aires, how can you not have good time here? But since I have spent the last six weeks or so in big ...

La Bombonera., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

La Bombonera.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... I have even paid for the flight ticket. There's no way back!!! After Punta del Este my brother and I went back to Buenos Aires for some sightseeing, gourmet food, parties (remember Opera Bay???) as well as tons of Christmas shopping (I hope you enjoyed ...

Buenos Aires...Muy Bueno!!!, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires...Muy Bueno!!!

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... delis and the occasional tenement. Actually it reminded me of a lot of up-and-coming neighborhoods in New York. Buenos Aires also has a recently revitalized port area flanked with renovated warehouses that now house a huge number of restaurants ...

La Boca is the least of your worries..., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

La Boca is the least of your worries...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... tried to kill me a couple of times, but that's all part of a healthy relationship, isn't it? During these last 2 weeks, Buenos Aires has captured me completely. From the antique markets in San Telmo to the designer boutiques of Palermo Soho; from near ...

Yo soy de Boca señor..., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Yo soy de Boca señor...

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... the most crazy local supporters for that matter)? Third and finally, what is a decent price for a ticket on the black market in Argentina? We spent our time talking to lots of guys, and not buying the first ones we found (like I usually do). And after a ...

Whoooeeeeee I  Made it Five Years!!!!!!!!!, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Whoooeeeeee I Made it Five Years!!!!!!!!!

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... here – tonight in Buenos Aires, in a really beautiful little boutique hotel I am splurging on….with a bathtub!!!!!  Buenos Aires was a city I was worried that I might never see. And it is so beautiful and stunning and exciting – ...

Rehearsing my social skills, Miramar, Argentina travel blog

Rehearsing my social skills

A travel blog entry by nigelball

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I arrived in Miramar on Monday evening to find the tourist office closed, but fortunately, no dearth of cheap accommodation options on the seafront. I chose one mainly at random, that turned out to be bargain of the century, run by a fellow with a ...

Beauty, futbal and near death...  Brilliant., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Beauty, futbal and near death... Brilliant.

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... I hear you say. Wait for it... $4. Aussie. Sometimes $3. You're joking me. You're killing me. Eating the dream... Buenos Aires: I'm calling it. A top 5 city of my trip so far. And that's a big rap considering the competition: Shanghai, Hong ...

Six months later ....., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Six months later .....

A travel blog entry by helene

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... on the subway because we're the only passengers passing out whilst the locals are still wearing jumpers and winter coats. The famous Buenos Aires dog walkers have been out in force, and it's amusing to see a young bloke struggling to control 17 dogs ...

Nobody on the road...nobody on the beach, Mar del Plata, Argentina travel blog

Nobody on the road...nobody on the beach

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... around December. Thankfully the town has a number of very good restaurants so our time spent shivering walking along the deserted beaches was tempered by some awesome meals. So back to Buenos Aires tomorrow for an overnight stay, then off to ...

Buenos Aires - Serious Shit, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires - Serious Shit

A travel blog entry by florby

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... for a scam. Twice in the same day made it even more eventful. Speaking with a polish tourist at the hostel about safety in South American cities made me more cautious of the roads ahead. Better safe than sorry. Buenos Aires, Argentina 2154, 2 Jun ...

Upcoming Photo Show in New York! Yha!!!, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Upcoming Photo Show in New York! Yha!!!

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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... . When I finally make it back to Europe for Christmas, I would have verified that the World is round indeed :)   I'm flying from Buenos Aires to New York on November 27th, and you bet there would be a lot I'd be thankful about this Thanksgiving. I ...

Welcome to the Big City, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Welcome to the Big City

A travel blog entry by semi-backpacker

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... Patagonia, got slapped in the face by high altitude in Bolivia and befriended and eaten a sheep in Argentina glacier country! What possible adventure could Buenos Aires, the so called "Paris of the South" really bring me? I was extremely skeptical as I ...

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