Rio Manso

Arroyo La Horca a 400 metros del Parana de las Palmas. 1ra seccion del Delta, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Campground
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Caminito - Colorful Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe


... to the wrong spot for the meeting point! I quickly decided on an alternative to spend the rest of the day: Caminito in La Boca.

Caminito was such a caricature and a burst of colours! It was created as an open air museum. Sculptures were all over the cobble-stoned streets. There were plenty of shops and couples dancing tango in bars, restaurants and cafes.

The 152 bus took me all the way from Av ...


A travel blog entry by zoesolomon

... been good... Their breakfasts are non existent as this is not an important meal in Argentina but their empanadas have grown on us and their steaks are good. I must be honest though I think SA is still ahead. After 5 days in Argentina, Pick has clocked up 4.2 kg's of steak and I am sitting on a more modest (but still proud) 2.5 kg's. The most interesting attraction for us in BA was an area called Recoletta with the main attraction actually being a cemetery. It is called ...

Argentina Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... out the back. Some wheeling and dealing was done and we walked out with just over 17,000 pesos and made almost US$1000 on our money. Loving the illegal money exchange.

We headed to the airport to catch our flight to Iguazu Falls. Checking in nine people proved to be a challenge and seemed to take forever. We managed in ...

BA = Like

A travel blog entry by jonny-and-tara


... place was very cool (and i should know) and we had an excellent lunch in a brand new italian. We also managed to visit the Evita museum this day, which was surprisingly good and would be a recommendation to anyone who travels to BA.

The next couple of days we feel a touch guilty about, as we spent a large portion of these in an ex-pat pub - "The Gibraltar". This is actually in the Lonely Planet as a recommended bar, so we were still doing our touristy bit. ...

Horses and dancing

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... CSU! Yeah buddy! We finally were understanding when the class ended. SO. We bought two more tickets for like half the price as usual so that we could come back other times because we had so much fun. When tango ended, salsa began. SALSA!!!!!!!!! The class started with a Zumba-ish dance, which was awesome! Oh, how I've missed Zumba! But then we learned basic steps again. It was a little harder-less hard if you didn't think, and just moved-but it was more my style because I love moving ...


This campground, located in the Monserrat area of Buenos Aires, is near Casa Rosada, Cabildo, Paseo de la Costa, and Basilica y Convento de San Francisco.
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