Recoleta RE109

2240 Vicente Lopez, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Last Tango in Paris (of South America)

A travel blog entry by sql_spice


... the turn of the century, and still retains its Parisian beauty inside- in fact, they have a law here that says you canīt alter the interior of an old cafe. (Note: this law may sound silly until you enter the Burger King in town that used to be the city's first mansion in the 18th century, which Burger King happily chopped up and painted over, but conveniently left the staircase intact so you know what you missed.) We ended up ...

Ten Days in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... hNPAJ9AY -M4&sns=em I've adored Johnny Depp for longer than I can remember and struggle to see how exchanging a bit of money in an entirely legal manner compares to smuggling cocaine across international boarders. For the second pickup, I decided to go with him for two reasons. One, I wanted to see what all the fuss is about. Would it be as dangerous and thrilling as I'd been led to believe? My other reason, was that David had got lost the first time, and he admitted to me ...

Days 94 and 95 - Buenos Aires - Palermo Hollywood

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


... much of a selection, so dinner tonight consisted of pasta with chopped up frankfurters. Very authentic. The sun was shining so we decided to walk to El Rosedal Park which is a huge park with a lake and a beautiful rose garden. It was really busy due to the weather with lots of sunbathers, joggers and rollerbladers, and reminded us of Hyde Park in London with a busy road and buildings around it. A ...

The Big Question

A travel blog entry by stephanieburke


... because it's free and considered a great school with excellent professors and students work really hard.
UCA- this is the smaller private school of Buenos Aires that has about 30,000 students except they pay to go here. I visited this campus and it's a beautiful campus with excellent facilities. This is the school I'll be taking my one class at since it's smaller and offers a great history class that I'm really interested in.

Generally the classes people take ...

Back at where we started

A travel blog entry by roro_and_coco


Wow, last week we felt like we had been here already so long, but now we feel like time is flying! It has been 5 days since we arrived in the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires (BA). The first evening that we arrived was something: We decided to go backpacking style and take the bus from the airport to the hotel. We knew which bus to take, where to go and how many stops to take. Up till now it is still a ridle how busses run here, but there are no stop signs and a lot of stops ...


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