Recoleta RE109

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

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

"La Boca"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... famous personalities lean out over the top balconies of the houses on the main streets. Maradona lookalikes sit on chairs in the main square offering people to have their photo taken seated next to the countries favorite icon.Beautiful tango dancers also tout for photos by stopping tourists as they move along the streets and pausing to have dramatic dance move poses taken with them ,it is all harmless and good fun and there is no pressure.

My abiding ...

Emotions

A travel blog entry by kristivojirova

I want to cry.My heart hurts.I cannot breathe.I am totally in love.Argentina changed me.For better,I hope..On sunday went to Plaza Dorrego with Veru..outside milonga.Smell of total liberty-freedom in dance with one porteno..Aking love on the dancefloor.Not literally but felt like.Total closeness.Sharing.Veru figured that a key word for this trip is compartir - sharing. Emoce emoxe..holky moje.Jedny.Vy mi davate.Vy mi ukazujete cestu..Argentina me ...

The Day I Had Work Done

A travel blog entry by cjgs1430

9

... walked into the Galleria Pacifica, a huge shopping mall that is very architecturally beautiful. All along the strip, people would yell at everything that walked by, "Cambio, cambio, cambio" (which means, “Change, change, change”). At first I thought they were begging, but most were dressed way too nicely to succeed in that profession (they dressed in anything from shorts and t-shirts to slacks and a button down). Apparently, they were wanting to exchange money ...

The wheels on the bus go round and round...

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

31

... a quick snack though and we each had 2 empanadas and a drink for 28 pesos each - a fresh and delishious lunch for 3 for $10, unbelievable! I even managed to order my own lunch and the server said I spoke Spanish well - I can say ham and cheese, and corn empanadas - I will not starve! Joel on the other hand got 50% - when he ordered his chicken he pronounced chicken, spelled pollo as it would sound in English, it ...

Buenos Aires and Tigre, Argentina

A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan

5

... Evita. Brought suffrage, education, health care. Very populist government. 1952 Evita died of cancer at 33. Rich vs. poor. There are still shrines to her among the very poor who love her. He is the only president who has given anything to the poor.

In 1955 he was thrown out and went into exile. He came back in 1972 and died in 1973. His new wife took over. In 1976 another coup. 30,000 died during this regime with 230 concentration camps. ...

 

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