Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Buenos Aires and Tierra Santa, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Buenos Aires and Tierra Santa

A travel blog entry by irishblontravel

5

... belting chorus of Hallelujah! Spectacular - well worth the visit! Afterwards we went to La Boca which is a shipping barrio in Buenos Aires. All the buildings are painted different colours (apparently this is due to the fact in the old days the ships ...

Our Buenos Aires checklist ... provided by Turismo, San Telmo, Argentina travel blog

Our Buenos Aires checklist ... provided by Turismo

A travel blog entry by barbieandken

Checklist for visiting BsAs: http://www.bue.gov.ar 1 Avenida Corrientes – CHECK 2 Barrio Chino – NO 3 Bosques de Palermo – NO 4 Café Tortoni – CHECK 5 Calle Lanín – NO 6 Caminito – CHECK 7 Campo Argentino de Polo - ...

Tango Rojo, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Tango Rojo

A travel blog entry by avelino

5

Fuimos al Hotel Faena para ver el mejor tango de la ...

When Dogs Ruled the World/Buenos Aires Jam Session, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

When Dogs Ruled the World/Buenos Aires Jam Session

A travel blog entry by pchun88

... ; But no worries, I´m riding in the luxury bus.      When Dogs Ruled the World   Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city with a very European feel to it.  People here smoke and eat fancy pastries while sipping on ...

Quick Stopover in BA before Iguazu Falls!!, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Quick Stopover in BA before Iguazu Falls!!

A travel blog entry by stends

Greetings! We ended our wonderful journey in Salta, Chachi, and Cafayette this afternoon before we took a flight for a quick overnight here in BA. We are off in the am to Iguazzu Falls which is on the border with Brasil kinda in the crook. We will write ...

Navidad, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Navidad

A travel blog entry by renada_

6

... Veronica and Manual, an Argentine couple, has cooking classes in their home. It is rated one of the best workshops in Buenos Aires and after experiencing the class I agree. I registered for the empanada lesson. This included making an empanada from ...

Still alive :), Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Still alive :)

A travel blog entry by carincowell

... you all would like to know what I have been up to. After the last entry, and one mouth wateringly delicious steak, I left Buenos Aires to start my tour around the country. First I went to Rosario, birth place of Che Guevara and, aparently, the best ...

Cha Cha Cha Buenos Aires style, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Cha Cha Cha Buenos Aires style

A travel blog entry by roopa_anish

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... free champagne and wine in the meanwhile; we were recommended this restaurant by a lot of people (thank you!) and it was not a failed recommendation; the food was delicious, atmosphere great and a perfect end to a rollercoaster visit to Buenos ...

Party city.., Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

Party city..

A travel blog entry by greesq

After an overnight bus journey we arrive to chaotic Buenos Aires in rush hour. Unsurprisngly for a city of this size the traffic was mad and the first thing that hits you after floating around in farily peaceful towns in the depths of the ...

A month as Porteños, Buenos Aires, Argentina travel blog

A month as Porteños

A travel blog entry by piero

6

... how most tourists do not notice the poverty, the difference in social classes, the racism and the inefficient infrastructure. All in all, though, Buenos Aires is truly amazing, and a great place to stop and party for a few weeks. After a long time (8 ...

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