Concord Pilar Apart Suite 313 Almendros

Address: Ramal Pilar-Pilar, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1629, Argentina | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo is located on Ramal Pilar-Pilar, Buenos Aires.
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Day 60: What's New, Buenos Aires?

A travel blog entry by gregros on Sep 25, 2015

... room under the cheapest seats. Boca Juniors fans arrive two hours before the game and jump up and down in this area to disturb the competition. If rival supporters are allowed in, there are no food/drink facilities in their stand and only one toilet for the 3,000 fans. There is also a stand dedicated to the 12th member of the team, which is for the real fanatics. As part of the tour, we got to go on the pitch. Initially I wasn't that interested in going to the football on ...

The Streets of Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by dominic.riordan on Feb 19, 2015

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... by subway into the west of the city, to Coughlin and the swanky Palermo. The tour was enjoyable and we saw some great street art. Here it is used by owners and the Government to beautify, and to deter graffiti ( it is bad form to tag or otherwise deface murals ). The art was great and our host was very knowledgeable. We also saw a relic of the Dirty War during the last dictatorship - an example of the ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 217 photos

... a scheme similar to Boris bikes where you register for free and have access to bikes across the city, you can use them for 1 hour at a time, before dropping them back at any station. Then you wait 15 minutes and can use another bike for an hour and so on. We did just this, we cycled to the Recolecta cemetery which is a huge cemetery right in the thick of the city! I think some famous people are buried here. The grave sites were massive with some being the size of a small chapels!! It ...

My First Birthday With A Scarf

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Jul 16, 2014

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... it a fault of the process of translation? Why is it that particular words, phrases, and concepts don’t always translate? Was there a particular need to communicate those ideas or emotions in one region of the world, but not in another?

Having recently transplanted myself to a region of the world where another language is spoken, I’ve found that the most helpful tool my Spanish teachers taught me is circumlocution. ...

Summers day

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 30, 2014

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Today was hot in Buenos Aires with the temperature reaching 30 with high humidity. Time zone changes are still playing havoc with both of us so it was another early start this morning. After breakfast we walked to the Cementerio de la Recoleta. It is where all the who's who of BA is buried including Eva Peron. The mausoleums were huge, some of them very well maintained and some of them in very poor condition. To get to the cemetery we walked through the posh part of town with all ...