Rick's Place

San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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Buenos Aires....twice

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana


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  • I went to Recoleta Cemetery to visit Eva Peron (Evita)'s grave. Recoleta Cemetery is a very large and fancy cemetery where rich, powerful, famous Argentinians are "resting" in grand vaults. It is a beautiful place to visit (even though that might be a bizarre way to describe a cemetery), but it is somewhat interesting that Evita is there, amongst all of the people that hated her.
  • I went to a tango show and dinner at Complejo ...

Day 21: Florida St. by Foot in Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by msj322


I took advantage of my clear schedule and slept in today. I had no plans, and figured since the weather was so nice (mid 80's and sunny) that I would take a few hours to walk around the city.

I really only had one objective besides eating lunch on my journey by foot, and that was to buy underwear. I need to do laundry, but I figured I will fix my issue with a short term solution. I stopped by the ...

Day 122 - Buenos Aires - Painful day of travelling

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


... Eventually the cabin crew managed to get people back into their seats except 2 idiots who refused to sit back down and just stood in the aisle whilst the plane was moving!! Never seen anything like it. Not sure what the rush was to get off the plane as they would still have to get on a bus and wait for everyone else! We also had a screaming kid on our flight - think his ears hurt so we did feel sorry for him but he literally ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by fsorbie


... The market was an endless long street full of market stalls. Not many antiques tho, mainly handcrafts (people making bracelets, shoes, belts, dolls, figures in funny materials, ..). The antiques bit was way too over priced if you ask me. Lots of silver cutlery and other things for on the dinner table. Also lots of leather jackets and fur jackets/scarfs. They were quite cheap, but I am travelling light so i bought a pair of feather earings and that was it! The ...

Buenos Aires: I Cry For Argentina

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... mad down here. We found a phenomenal local restaurant named after a rabid Boca fan who spent years ringing a huge bell in a makeshift band that no doubt stood up in the rowdy section for decades. It served up parrilla (grill) and provaleta (wheels of cheese, grilled), pappas fritas, and beer. We were the only gringos in the place, and we made fast friends with those around us.

A good day in the city of good air.

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This condo, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Calatrava Bridge, Hippodrome, Russian Orthodox Church (Iglesia Apostólica Ortodoxa Rusa), and Pasaje La Defensa.
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