Edificio Montevideo

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

    Day 74

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 16, 2015

    ... back lads. Didn't make it". I think he was expecting all of us to give him a heroes welcome after trying but ultimately failing to get on his $300 ferry to Uruguay which he gave himself 10 mins to get to but everyone was just like "Jesus thats a shame you missed it" and just continued on with the game. Instead of just accepting defeat he then goes over and sits down on the couch and starts looking up later ferries to Uruguay. There was no logic to what he was ...

    No en La Boca!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Apr 13, 2015

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    ... banks, as corporations, are legal fictions. They cannot commit crimes. Only living, breathing slime balls can commit crimes. Having searched the web, I found no report of any indictments or arrests. The slime balls who committed these crimes should have been arrested and made to do the “perp walk” on national TV. As I’ve said, we are settling into a two tier system of justice. Welfare mothers go to jail because their boyfriend spent an ...

    Buenos aires....skimmed

    A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 30, 2014

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    ... and banks offer the exchange rate of 8.6 for us$ to peso. On the streets...especially Florida street you can exchange at a rate of 13 to 14.5. Which obviously gives you much better value as a tourist. It's called the 'dollar blue' exchange rate. You can also pay in stores and restaurants with US dollars and get a rate of around 11 as they are quite happy to have US currency in hand. They also like euros. I had bought some euros off Andreas with Chillean pesos as he would need ...

    City Tour of Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 03, 2014

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    We walked down Avenida de Mayo to Cafe Tortoni, one of the oldest cafes in Buenos Aires. It has been open since 1858 although it was moved from the site of the ‘Scottish Temple’ to its current location in 1880. It is considered to be one of the ten most beautiful cafes in the world and always has a queue of tourists at the door waiting for a table. They also have tango shows in the evening in their basement. We’ll keep it in mind for another day.

    BA:A story of Rugby, Steak and Fiestas

    A travel blog entry by curto on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... bike tour to see the wealthy and European sections of the city and to see the grave of Eva Peron, a champion of womans'/Workers' rights and loved buy the people, I must admit I find it odd these dead people pay a rent to the city to have their bodies keep here, it seems a little self absorbed to me, but it does make it something to see as some are as big as small houses.
    Lastly, after promising I wouldn't, and after I had intentionally booked a ...

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