Recoleta RE109

2240 Vicente Lopez, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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Day 2 - Arrival in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by jmbatten on May 10, 2014

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... Adrian came over an hour later and we immediately went with him to find some lunch (I forgot to take my phone so there are no photos for this part of the day). We went with him to his house in Chacarita to get pesos and then had lunch at a cheap cantina just down the road. It's a spot where the menu is written on a small piece of paper and every thing comes with some sort of potatoes - we had papas ...

It's Hostel time!

A travel blog entry by caroline_harris on Jan 24, 2014

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... some time looking into different options for private and group classes. We didn't have much time here so wanted to get as many classes in as possible. The couple we met in Paratay had put us in contact with a friend of hers who now works for a luxury travel company based in the Palermo district of BA. Palermo is the most upmarket area of BA. The wealthy used to live in San Telmo but after a Yellow Fever epidemic, they migrated to Palermo and Recoleta which are ...

Tour of Evita's life

A travel blog entry by mjt4662 on Jan 18, 2014

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... abandoned and the city sold the spot and moved the remains to a paupers grave. The cemetery also had a cat lady who lived nearby and came to feed/water the numerous cats that hung around. From here we drove to the Pink House which housed the federal government, the president lived on the outskirts and came in a helicopter. There were several protesters camped out around here. This is the place ...

Turista Express

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 21, 2013

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... It takes up a whole city block.

We hopped on the subway - which was very clean and well maintained, a train was just leaving as we arrived, but it was only about a 5 minute wait until the next train pulled up. We rode for just a few stops to the end of the line. We came up in the heart of the downtown - May Square. Martin quickly pointed out City Hall, Cathedral, National Bank and The Pink House and said "Turista express, ok, let's go". I get the feeling ...

Cruise ends, Land tour begins

A travel blog entry by eddim on Nov 19, 2013

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... the recommendations in the guide book, La Biera, a traditional Argentinian café and then for the afternoon embarked on a driving tour of the city with Fredrico. We drove through the city to the south end and visited the famous area known as La Boca where the poor Spanish and Italian immigrants settled when they first arrived and worked at the nearby by warehouses and meat packing factories that dotted the river. The area’s claim to fame is ...

 

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