Edificio Montevideo

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

Big City Adventures

A travel blog entry by rktravel


... nights there was the perfect way to transition into a new and very different part of our travels.

The temperature was much warmer and much more humid than that of Patagonia- finally the summer we had been looking for! Under the warm morning sun we started walking around the city's oldest neighborhood with plenty of great sights to see, including: tango dancers in Plaza Dorrego, spectacular old architecture, and the ability to get lost ...


A travel blog entry by ejae


... my flight was not being displayed. I tracked down the Qantas area and queued up to ask. I was informed that my flight had never been scheduled to take of at 11.25am and they had no idea why the LIVE ticket that I was showing them on my iPhone was incorrect!!? The flight was actually scheduled for 1pm. So I then had almost 6 hours to waste at the airport and could have gotten a shuttle bus from my hostel instead of the train!! However better early that ...

Young People Ask: What will I do with my life?

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare


... servants who work and live at the site. 12:10pm Lunch. If you have ever eaten at Bethel, you would know the proceedings of a head of the table, passing the food and opening and closing prayers. The same organization method is used here on the Assembly hall site making lunch fast and efficient and eliminating as much waste as possible. After lunch you are free to stay in the dining hall for coffee and association, return to your room or enjoy the rest of ...

More than just good air

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... consisting of 3 'chukkas' (periods), enjoy a good old Argentine asado (braai/bbq) and then we would have a chance to try play polo ourselves - and all this with bottomless wine (the Argentines do love their wine).

Once our wine glasses were full, Pablo then introduced us to one of the polo clubs young stars and employees and explained all the equipment he was wearing and the rules. Then we headed over to the pitch and the game began. The teams consisted of the owner, ...

Living La Vida Boca

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

... Spanish, although I thought it pretty obvious that we did not. I told him we didn't. Thus ended the small talk.
But that was far from the end of the adventure. The taxi pulled out onto one of the main roads heading toward La Boca. Shortly thereafter, the driver pulled up next to another taxi and struck up a conversation with its driver. To our amazement, he was asking how to get to Caminito. This place is mentioned in all the tourist guides and ...



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