Edificio Montevideo

Montevideo & Libertador Av., Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1021, Argentina | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

56. Buenos Aires and Rosario

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... house because it was painted with a paint mix including cows' blood and lime because it's long-lasting. The guide also showed us a huge building built by two Italian brothers to house the tomb of Dante, but the body never arrived. Apparently, portenos (the people of the port i.e. people from BA) believe that they have the best, biggest, highest of everything so they lie that they have the widest avenue in the world (it's actually in Brasilia) and they also use a lot of hand ...

Onto Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by mjt4662


... of salt (Brad always has a stash of salt) Boy I bet they were surprised when they went to use it. We got to our Hotel, Melia Recoleta Plaza, which was a very nice hotel in a very nice location. As we were unpacking Brad noticed he also must have left a T-shirt at the previous hotel, boy that sure wasn't his day, lost his salt stash and now his underwear count was lopsided.

Gabriella marked up ...

Sightseeing & Tango!

A travel blog entry by lindb


... and when we walked in it was, but we soon realised we were in the wrong section it was for people collecting parcels, we left and went around the corner and found despatches. This was relatively calm with only a few people. We waited our turn and the guy behind the counter could not have been more helpful. You have to buy the despatch box, 35pesos, he put it together through, then load up your stuff, complete the necessary paperwork, customs ...

Cruise ends, Land tour begins

A travel blog entry by eddim


... the tour was over but Yasmina offered to take us through San Telmo which we all readily agreed to and eventually ended up have a drink and a bite to eat in the lovely Plaza Dorrego. After that we heading back up over the cobblestones to Plaza de Mayo and then went our separate ways each, interested in seeing or doing something different before heading back to the hotel for the official group meeting. Our large group of 15 is made up of 1/3 ...

Day 64 Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


After our hectic day at the football we decided to have a more relaxed one. This would be our last full day in BA as we were leaving for Iguaza the next day. For our last night in Buenos Aires we decided to go out for a big streak. Most of the day before this was pretty un eventful; just sorting ourselves out for the bus the following day. At early evening we started to walk to our steak restaurant. We decided on La Brigada as two different ...



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