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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... we arrived at Retiro train station and quickly hopped into a taxi. From here we were whisked into the crazy, bustling multi-lane traffic of Buenos Aires's streets. The main thoroughfare dividing the city centre, Avenida 9 de Julio, is one of the widest roads in the world, consisting of sixteen lanes - and smaller roads on either side make it look simply enormous. We passed some of the iconic sights we would be seeing in next few days, including the 67 ...
... feel about it in the states though. Not everyone is down with going to a strangers home or having an intimate dinner with people they don't know, but it's not at all abnormal here. The dinners are sometimes themed and most often times ethnic inspired (well ethnic to Argentinians). We've heard of closed door meals ranging from American BBQ to Greek.
We are also thinking about going to BA Underground Market this weekend; a food and drink ...
... artists/hipsters through to wizened antique sellers who have been there since long before the market reached its current popularity. This obviously makes for a hugely interesting cross-section of items on sale and some fabulous souvenir opportunities. I was very much 'window-shopping' though and came away with nothing at all - very unusual for me!! To say this is just a place where souvenirs are sold would be selling it woefully short. There was something more which contributed to ...
... those houses with whatever paint they could find. Small areas that would need to be repainted after a few years were painted with whatever color paint could be obtained. Saying that this was a colorful section of town, was true not only because of the arts, dance, and tourist; but because of the brightly colored buildings in the area.
The time for our adventure in Buenos Aires had run its course. We had seen a lot and walked a lot during this day of exploration. ...
... is a district which has Boca's stadium, a few coloufull streets and a lot of rough areas. The touristy area is beautiful, full of cafes and people dancing the tango in the street however when we went further a field a police car pulled up and made it clear we should go no further so we didn't and made our way to the newly developed docklands which was all very shiney and lardy dar. Our final eveneing started with a steak and red wine and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed