Apartments Parera 156

Address: Parera 156, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
 
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A Day With Eva Peron

A travel blog entry by marty387 on Apr 11, 2015

4 photos

... and motivation,
encouragement and hope, faith and self-confidence.” The walls of this building once echoed with the strong voice of Evita and the voices of the women and children who found refuge in it. Now it houses the Museo Evita, a living museum where people can come to know, understand and appreciate the life of the most important woman of Argentine. We looked around the museum for about an hour and a half, ...

Last stop: Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ginevad on Mar 07, 2015

9 photos

... but also the fact that students are required to pass only one exam every two years. Our tour finished at the main square and Yana and I walked further to San Telmo neighborhood. Our stay here, however, was rather short as we found a great store for local fashion and spend more than an hour inside :) We went back to Palermo for dinner. We had great steak at Don Julio and a cocktail at the 'hidden' bar Frank's. After that we went to Niceto club ...

Buenos Bueons Aires!

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Dec 01, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... or strikes of some sort every week in Buenos Aires...Vive La Revolution! We had been in Argentina for almost 48 hours now and still hadn't eaten any steak so we rectified this by gorging ourselves in the modern port region of Puerto Madero. To try starting as I mean to go on I returned to Puerto Madero the following morning to go for a run along the promenades away from traffic, but as it was already 27C at 9:30 am I only managed 2 miles. Probably burned off about 5%25 of the ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 12, 2014

6 photos

... Palermo today. We were lazy, so we took the subway to that part of town. Taking the subway is not something I would have normally consider, but it was fun. We walked by thousands of shops and I had to be very strong to not go shopping. Today was my last day to decide if I was gonna with Juan or Joss because Juan leaves tomorrow. I noticed a sign for a football game tomorrow and that was my deciding factor. The soccer game seemed ...

Day 15

A travel blog entry by tsundy on Mar 27, 2014

... eg Mozart. We entered one room that took my breath away. Styled very much like Versailles, there was gold painted walls, high ceilings, plush rugs, elegant chairs and furniture lining this hallway. But the most amazing thing was these giant chandeliers, three in total I believe - with two full length mirrors lining each end of the hallway, giving the illusion of an infinitely chandelier lined hallway. We then headed to the the theatre itself. Because a play ...