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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... tipped on his head ,circling in a shark pool of intent,
Eyes smoldering with glistening coal,piercing the thick dark night,
Scuffed black shoes scrape,snap and stamp on the crusty cobbles.
Tango in the night.
Fingers meet hand , meet fingers, waists snap lock tight and grind,
A thigh drawn,lingers and melts on a black leg,ankle hooked and ...
Excellent! We had a lesson for 1 hour, learning the 8 basic steps. Then we had a meal, I sat with Brazilians and talked.
The show goes throught the decades since 1880, ends 2000. There are professional 3 couples, a band and a singer. The dancers move so fast, and the women follow the men rapidly.
27/02/2014 - Tigre & BA
Along way to Tigre. Slow trains. The [seenary[ train is not different from the regular.
... told him, and he quickly said it would be 100 Pesos, because it was out of the way. We thought about taking the subway, but with all of our stuff, it wouldn't have been very smart...We tried another cabbie, and he laughed at the last guys outrageous price quote, as we headed into the metropolitan madness that is Buenos Aires, South America's second largest city.
... to it. It also had art everywhere so was a lovely environment for our home in BA! After checking in we headed to Calle De Florida which is commonly known as Gringo Street. This is because of the hundreds of people lining the street calling 'cambio' (change). Tourists bring US dollars into Argentina for the amazing exchange rate. Argentinas currency 'peso' is relatively new and people aren't confident in it to maintain its value. People prefer to have US dollars because of ...
... got a really good view and it was packed. Surrounding the pitch was a metal fence with barbed wire. This was to stop the crazy crowd invading the pitch. As the Boca players ran out of the tunnel the crowd erupted in jeers and boos. This was dwarfed in noise by the sound that the crowd produced when the home crowd ran out. There were even mosh pits in the stands people were going so crazy. People were being knocked over and smashed about. The only thing I can compare it to is being at ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEspacia Suites Buenos Aires
Very helpful employees, spacious suites (hence the name, I guess), nice neighborhood; A little too much noise from room next door, and a bit of a walk (with kids) to nearest metro station but very pleasant overall;
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