Trianon Residence Recoleta

Avenida Callao 1869, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1024AAE, Argentina | 3 star condo
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Shopping in BA

A travel blog entry by woody0198

... We wandered around until we happened upon our restaurant (Don Julio) about 45 minutes early. But, we were hungry, and we had an early start the next day, so we started in. This was to be our big BA steak dinner that was so famed. We ordered a bottle of Malbec from Colome which was really top notch. Then we had provoleta, which is a grilled slab of provolone, which we opted to have topped with tomato and basil. Yum! More terrible bread accompanied it. Carrie had a Lomo steak, ...

Buenos Aires! 21/11/13-28/11/13 days 81-88

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris


... ate all my Nutella) they performed in English. We all ****** ourselves laughing, it was well funny! The others were all knackered or jet lagged so went to bed after the comedy. We headed out to a bar playing tango music where the punters just play instruments together, it was really cool! We drank a few Quilmes before moving onto Fernet con Coca. This is a Argentinian favourite, a really bitter drink made up of herbs. It curdles a bit and gets a big head on it that doesnt ...

Buenos Aires by bike

A travel blog entry by nimeri


... on the river that is made from a pile of building rubble when they tore down kilometers of high rise building to build the biggest avenue in the world. It runs right through buenos aires and the traffic is unbelievable. We had the traditional tea, yerbas mate, and went to the poor part of the city, La Boca; this colourful, crazy, tourist ridden town overlooking a smelly river. We also checked out the newest and more rich area ...

Tigre, La Boca and parilla

A travel blog entry by alexennis269


... one of BA’s greatest football teams: Boca Juniors. We walk around for a while after eating lunch in a tourist trap restaurant that lured us in with the prospect of live tango dancers. It is a charming, if somewhat edgy, part of town. We were told not to venture too far from the beaten track because some parts can be dangerous for tourists but in the most part it felt quite lively and safe. The next day we departed for the small Gaucho town of San Antonio de ...

Do as the Roman's do (or Argentinians)

A travel blog entry by kateweisberg


... here as well. Most movies, music and pop culture here comes from the States. When people have asked me if I enjoy Argentine music, I honestly cannot answer the question because I hear so much American music. Argentines will know EVERY word to a popular American song in English…but when you ask if they SPEAK English? Not a chance. I guess that’s my fault for thinking they knew the language that they just sang every ...

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