Piedras Blancas

Aromo 199, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... hopped on the bus down to Boca. Boca is one of the poorer districts of BA but has a fab atmosphere. We made sure to stick with the crowds but felt safe and no drama ensued. We wandered down an art market where we were tempted by lots but decided transport would be too difficult. We then arrived in caminito, literally little walk, down a street of colourful houses, pavement cafes and tango shows. It was all very jazzy! We spent the afternoon in the sun by the pool enjoying ...

    Do as the Roman's do (or Argentinians)

    A travel blog entry by kateweisberg on May 13, 2013

    27 photos

    ... learning a different type of Spanish. The Spanish in Argentina is called Castellano. It is only used here and in Uruguay (maybe a few other remote areas). The language is generally the same as regular Spanish (apart from a few different words) but the accent is completely different. Most Spanish speaking people can tell immediately if you are from Argentina strictly based on your accent. I actually think that’s pretty cool ...

    Paraty, boat trip

    A travel blog entry by susiehaig on Apr 11, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    As the sun was shining there was a consensus agreement that we would all do the boat trip. We left after breakfast and walked down the beautiful cobbled streets to the dock. The boat was like a schooner and we pretty much took over the main deck. We headed out about 11am and set off for Praia del Inferno (Hells Breath Beach). The journey was wonderful with beautiful coves and islands dotted around the place, some inhabited, some restaurants others deserted. One fishing ...

    Buenos Aires to Miami

    A travel blog entry by jinmartini on Nov 25, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Spent the morning in the botanic gardens before back to the hotel and back on the road. This time a flight to Sao Paulo and after midnight a connecting 8 hour flight to miami. Flight made more enjoyable by our visit to the Smiles lounge in Sao Paulo airport and their well stocked bar. Another long journey and another long night and sad to be leaving south America but very excited about the US adventure ...

    Being Ill in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by gglowiak on Sep 13, 2012

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    Now, my host grandma, Herminia had a lot to do with it. She rubbed some sort of menthol gel all over my chest and neck, and to be honest, it really helped. It smelled so strong, but it cleared out my chest.
    She's been feeding me that same soup for 2 days (at first I loved it, now...not so much), and I think she has been pureeing squash, butter, sour cream, and cheese for me.
    For dessert, she has been giving ...

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