Edificio Montevideo

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

Minor setback & unexpected bad surprise

A travel blog entry by dennisj84


... almost an hour to get out of Av Rivadavia alone but the numbers go up to 11000 or something like that and also bear in mind that BA is a horrible city for traffic but that is nothing compared to Sao Paulo I guess. In any case once we got off Av Rivadavia we were on the highway. “Here we go we are on the way now” so I thought. But no, it constantly would go into a side street and another residential area before back on the highway and ...

Argentina: Of Margot and Malbec

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser


... us again in Iguazu, and so we ended up spending a fair amount of time together.

As for the falls, words will undoubtedly fail me in any attempt to describe them. The sheer mass of water perpetually tumbling into a white frothy abyss, and the deafening sound accompanying it. Just amazing.

The Parque Iguazu alone is quite a worthwhile destination. You can enjoy the leisurely train ride up to the falls or take the Green Route and ...

Day 24: Dinner at Puerto Madero

A travel blog entry by msj322


... it is $150 for 2! This absolutely blows my mind. Also, there is no way for me, or anybody to get US dollars from any bank or anywhere! So yesterday when I realized this, I told Emily during her layover in Atlanta airport to get as much cash as possible. Then I remembered Argentina limits the amount of cash to $300 dollars per person. So not to incriminate myself, but lets say she brought ...

Sweaty Meat Tango

A travel blog entry by peteandrea


... Johan not Juan dressed in ladenhousen not a Lionel Messi jersey. It was a strange bizarro world.

Back to reality we were off to the capital of Buenos Aires where days were spent touring the Casa Rosada Government building, getting blinded by the colourfulness of La Boca, exploring the wonders of the San Telmo market and proving our excellent dancing capabilities at a local milonga/tango school. Another unplanned but ...

Hare hare Argentina

A travel blog entry by brae88


... to be a Hare krsna community. So t'was the vegan life for me. I had wanted to try and cut out some meat anyway and surprisingly I found the experience very positive. Although, after slaving in the garden for days the energy levels were depletiyng rapidly. One morning, we were told that it was a special day on the Hare krsna calendar. Apparently, on this special day one can not eat grains or cereals. We all thought 'what the hell are we going to eat?'. Well i did ...



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