Mayla Apartments

Address: Rodriguez Pena 2076 PB B, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1021, Argentina | Condo
 
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      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 25, 2014

      ... I tried to do a runner.
      Couldn’t check the notes properly then but they seem OK.

      Then got my ferry ticket to Uruguay, hugely expensive for a
      one hour boat ride, not only because foreigners are only allowed to pay in
      foreign currency or on credit cards at official exchange rate - 30 and this
      was the cheaper of the 2 companies with convenient ports!!

      Was exhausted by the time I had done all this & got the
      tube back, where the nearby roads were ...

      Tango Unchained

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jun 20, 2014

      34 photos

      As soon as we crossed the lake from Colonia de Sacramento, we could sense the World Cup had started and it was only half time during the Brazil vs Bosnia game. It was raining when we docked and judging from the small map on my phone, I knew it would only be a short walk to our hostel. Cheerfully we snapped open our umbrellas and headed out on to the bustling streets of Buenos Aires, the Paris of the south, much to the confusion of the taxi drivers. All along the ...

      "Pity da fool!" (BA Barracas)

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Mar 24, 2014

      206 photos

      ... Instead, we visited Tigre by train. Tigre is about an hour north of Buenos Aires by train, a pretty town of rivers, canals and quirky buildings, some of them are vaguely mock-Tudor. It is referred to as a "mini Venice" in our guide book, which brought back haunting memories of Suzhou, China's own Venice of the East, but which turned out to be open, concrete sewers and neon, rather than gondola and sunshine. Here, happily, Tigre was much more like the real deal. ...

      Coming to an end

      A travel blog entry by pric5457 on Feb 02, 2014

      6 photos

      ... It's more residential. My favorite things were looking at the plazas and ling at the street art. There was no shortage of it. I stayed as relaxed as possible. I also learned about the public transport and got pretty good at it. I took buses, subways, and trains. I explored parts of Buenos Aires that were outside of the Capital Federal, which is the real Buenos Aires. It is far away from any tourist ...

      Argentina Part 1

      A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Dec 10, 2013

      1 comment, 72 photos

      ... lasted the best part of 5 hours. It was so long in fact Rach had a plugger blow out (on her last set of Havaianas), replaced the thongs and grew blisters from her new set. We did manage to see a couple of sights in our travels though.






































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