Recoleta RE68

Address: 1435 Ayacucho, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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This condo, located in the Recoleta area of Buenos Aires, is near Recoleta Cemetery (Cementerio de la Recoleta), Palermo, El Ateneo, and Feria de Mataderos.
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Living La Vida Local

A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Jan 10, 2015

6 comments, 36 photos

... do, we ignored the major tourist areas. On Wednesday, we visited one major attraction, the MALBA, (the Museum of Latin-America Art of Buenos Aires). The museum is a modern, three-story building with a collection of impressive contemporary art from Latin-America, with an emphasis on Argentine artists. There was a self-portrait of Frida Kaldo, a famous Mexican artist, lover of Diego Rivera, and friend of Leon Trotsky. In addition to ...

Vibrant, exciting BA!

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Oct 08, 2014

63 photos

... ascertain the safety of its residents by booting the Argentinians off the islands. The tour finished at the famous Recoleta cemetery - thankfully not inside it, given that is was now dark! We will return to see inside the cemetery during daylight hours!

We returned to the hostel via Calle Florida, which is very bright and vibrant at night, and were distracted by a great number of fantastic street performances including public displays of tango! On our return to the hostel we downed ...

This place is ghost town kinda weird

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Aug 26, 2014

... The tour was long taking over an hour and a half. By 5pm we were walking back to the hotel along typically empty Sunday streets of the city where literally every shop is closed. After a rest we head out again around 8pm and have the worst pizza we've ever tried to eat and thankfully the empanadas we also bought satisfied us. We find out there's no room after tonight here so we decide to head over to Uruguay by ferry for 3 nights returning this Thursday for our flight to ...

DAY 4 - Buenos Aires (El Norte bike tour)

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 23, 2014

11 photos

... Avenida 9 de Julio, the widest street in the world… 140 meters, 20 traffic-lines, 4 tramlines, 4 sidewalks, etc. People say as a pedestrian you can't cross it all in one without facing at least one red light before the end. After a first thought of challenging this statement (and keeping in mind I’m not Switzerland anymore…) I decided to wait for each of my traffic lights to turn green. Literally 10 minutes to ...

Long Haul :-(

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Feb 04, 2014


... US dollars we resisted and cashed $200 at an official office - mainly to see what proper notes looked like! Then lunch on the pavement terrace of a corner cafe restaurant. Ham and cheese baguette and a well deserved beer were the order of the day accompanied by a couple of street musicians. Very Argentinian atmospheric - until the pneumatic drill started to rip up the pavement IMMEDIATELY outside, much to the consternation of said cafe ...