Edificio Montevideo

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

    Day 80

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 21, 2015

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    ... so I go "Oh those jeans. I actually think they could be mine". I was hoping Kelly wouldn't hear that or just let it slide. She just started ******* herself laughing and was like "Did you not just say they weren't yours?.Why did you blame Harry?". Everyone had a great laugh that I had been caught out and I felt like a complete gobshite. Exactly how Rob Maguire felt the morning after he blacked out at the ...

    Buenos Aires! Days 16 - 20

    A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Mar 22, 2015

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    ... vacío' flank steak sandwich and 'choripan' fancy sausage sandwich, both smothered in the famous Argentinian dressing, 'chimichurri'. And as if that wasn't enough we also feasted on several empanadas...

    The market is a real treat for the senses with the smells and the smoke from the outdoor grills and the music playing from the bandstand, with local couples dancing tango in the square.

    The other major draw of the market is 'La Cordillera de la sortija', ...

    Quieter Day

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 01, 2015

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    ... are seated. I took a photo and then saw another model nearby which I also photographed. Trouble was that it was a real person who was just past his best!!
    In the afternoon, Derek went exploring by foot for three hours while I caught up with washing, sleep and blog.
    Dinner was at Fervor with a booking at 8.45pm. They eat so late here. We were told it is not unusual ...


    A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Nov 07, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... had been delivered to Europe, in order to facilitate a faster passage home, the ships had to balance the weight. Consequently, these export ships were filled with building materials from France like slate roof tiles, marble for staircases, bronze and iron work, chandeliers with lead crystal prisms, ornate gilded mirrors and more This accounts for the huge European influence and the countless French style “chateaux” as well as Pariasian style petit hotels ...

    Coffee, Tango and Eva

    A travel blog entry by geethaooi on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... on the confluence of the Lujan an Tigre rivers, is the playground of the rich european porteños (people of Buenos Aires) with fancy boatclubs and palacial homes. This was also a starting point for a visit to to the Paraná delta formed by an intricate web of rivers and streams. Most needs of the community here, in houses on stilts, from groceries to 'bussing' kids to school, are served by boats (reminding me of my father's village ...

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