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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... built huge palaces, theatres & government buildings. However because it was based on each families ideas there is no standard architecture. It’s a mix of everything from neo-gothic to French chateaux to American style skyscrapers to Italian renaissance. It is literally one of the most architecturally diverse cities in the world. On one street there can be a French style palace, next to an art deco house next to a horrible 1970s building next to a neo-classical ...
... than other big cities. We were on a mid-afternoon
flight to Buenos Ares on Emirates. The food was awesome and there really is no
comparison with other airlines we have flown so far. It took a long time to get
through immigration and customs so by the time we had changed some money and
got a taxi to our hostel in the inner suburb of San Telmo it was nearly 10pm.
... had met strangers and had plenty of laughs and fun over dinner and drinks.
And so we sat with other people at our table and did exactly that. Lots and lots of laughter and lots of fun.
After we had met others at our table we were taught how to make empanadas. Another tradition in Argentina. After making traditional empanadas they were taken to the ...
... and read a book cover to cover. Other than hunger and lack of sleep it wasn't as bad as it could have been, a day that really tested patience. I braved a few nights in a cold, frosty tent (in full winter gear) and savoured delicious varieties of vino tinto and mouthwatering king crab. Now that I've ditched my warm clothes, I will spend a couple more days in sunny BA before hopping on a flight to ...
We arrived in Buenos Aires around midday and then it was a fairly short taxi ride to Milhouse Avenue, the newer of the 2 Milhouses. We felt horrendously gross, and considering that the downstairs was packed, we did not enjoy being aware of our stench around so many people! They would not let us check in until 2, so that was annoying. Eventually we were checked in - the room was very simple with weird cages for our bags, which were actually ...