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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... shops, and arts and crafts. There
were several taverns, lively music and you could get your picture taken with
tango dancers. I exchanged some Euros for Pesos so some souvenir
shopping could be done. (Dawn found a couple
of original water colour and ink pieces and I had 50 Pesos and $5 USD left to
buy a t-shirt.) The story of B.A. and the tango is famous and interesting.
Lastly, we were ...
... This plant is fantastic because it has important technology for dairy process and I''ve learned new process and formulas to elaborated new dairy products. In Buenos Aires we knew different landmarks: The pink house, caminito neighborhood, Puerto Madero place, Obelisk, Colon theatre, River and Boca Stadiums. I've eaten the best meat of the city, in "Siga la vaca" restaurant and I've learned to dance Tango in Mr. Tango Club. The city ...
... got a certificate and everything). That was until we watched the actual tango performance, from the experts. Wow! They were amazing. The way they moved, it was seamless....perhaps, I won't be getting that call from strictly just yet!!!
If anyone has the chance to do this, I really really recommend it!
The other thing I recommend, is to go to La Bamba del Tiempo on a Monday night at the Konex. Wow! It's essentially a reggatone ...
... meal with everyone at a place called 180 burger which is as close as souh america gets to gourmet burgers. After a good lunch we split up to find our respective exit tickets. Jenny Luke and I headed down to the port to buy ferry tickets, while the others went to the bus station to get tickets to iguazu.
We got to Buquebus where the tickets were $70 for a one way 1.5 hour ferry ride to Colonia, which ...
... nice. The food was fantastic again and very good value for money as we got to pay in dollars at a good rate. We've been so lucky with all these picks of restaurants as we haven't had a bad meal yet. Steve and Kerry were surprised to be going out at night but from a rather busy day, Steve fell asleep whilst waiting to go out. This is the only downfall of BA and Argentina as a whole, they go out far to late and were not used to it so are tired before the locals are even ready to go ...