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> Argentina for a month- can't wait!!!!
halelya
post Feb 16 2008, 05:31 PM
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Hi there,
I finally found the best time to travel and arriving Buenos Aires on the 22nd!!!!!!
Actually the dessision of flying away was so imidiate that I haven't roled the trip in my head .
I'm 29 ,travellng with no peticular route, and I'll be happy to hear from u people.
Would it be better to take a flight to the south (Oshuaya)and start all the way up?
The transportation issu is the one I'm cofused about, since I wouldn't be able to rent a car - what is the best way to travel?
Can u recomend of a place in Buenos Aires where that I could find shiny happy travellers !?

Bon Voyage
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QUOTE(halelya @ Feb 16 2008, 05:31 PM) *

Hi there,
I finally found the best time to travel and arriving Buenos Aires on the 22nd!!!!!!
Actually the dessision of flying away was so imidiate that I haven't roled the trip in my head .
I'm 29 ,travellng with no peticular route, and I'll be happy to hear from u people.
Would it be better to take a flight to the south (Oshuaya)and start all the way up?
The transportation issu is the one I'm cofused about, since I wouldn't be able to rent a car - what is the best way to travel?
Can u recomend of a place in Buenos Aires where that I could find shiny happy travellers !?

Bon Voyage
Halely


Hello Halely,

Are you arriving on the 22nd. Feb? You omitted the month. How long will you have to travel?


Yes, Probably the best way to do this is to fly from B.A. to Ushuaia and then come back up Patagonia by bus. Bus services are excellent in Argentina, but it's a big country so expect some long rides. Try to find overnight sleeper buses so you can save your days for sightseeing and save on hotel accommodations. The countryside in Patagonia is mostly featureless, so you won't miss much.

There are loads of blogs on Argentina. You may want to take some time to go over them to get advice. Places to visit should be Ushuaia, El Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier), Valdes Peninsula (wildlife), Bariloche (scenery).
http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-count...ntina/tpod.html

Find hostels in B.A.? Take a look at the Trip Advisor page:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g312741-...ict-Hotels.html

Good luck
Martin


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post Feb 18 2008, 04:37 PM
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QUOTE(mmbcross @ Feb 18 2008, 10:15 AM) *

QUOTE(halelya @ Feb 16 2008, 05:31 PM) *

Hi there,
I finally found the best time to travel and arriving Buenos Aires on the 22nd!!!!!!
Actually the dessision of flying away was so imidiate that I haven't roled the trip in my head .
I'm 29 ,travellng with no peticular route, and I'll be happy to hear from u people.
Would it be better to take a flight to the south (Oshuaya)and start all the way up?
The transportation issu is the one I'm cofused about, since I wouldn't be able to rent a car - what is the best way to travel?
Can u recomend of a place in Buenos Aires where that I could find shiny happy travellers !?

Bon Voyage
Halely


Hello Halely,

Are you arriving on the 22nd. Feb? You omitted the month. How long will you have to travel?


Yes, Probably the best way to do this is to fly from B.A. to Ushuaia and then come back up Patagonia by bus. Bus services are excellent in Argentina, but it's a big country so expect some long rides. Try to find overnight sleeper buses so you can save your days for sightseeing and save on hotel accommodations. The countryside in Patagonia is mostly featureless, so you won't miss much.

There are loads of blogs on Argentina. You may want to take some time to go over them to get advice. Places to visit should be Ushuaia, El Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier), Valdes Peninsula (wildlife), Bariloche (scenery).
http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-count...ntina/tpod.html

Find hostels in B.A.? Take a look at the Trip Advisor page:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g312741-...ict-Hotels.html

Good luck
Martin



Hello Martin
Thank you so much for the answer - it was so nice to have a reply so fast.
You've been very helpful - I'm sure your advice can help me alot.
Yes ,I'm arriving in few days and be leaving Argentina on the 17th of March,and have the hunger to see many sightseeings.
I'll check those links you attached here
Thanks again
Halely
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QUOTE(halelya @ Feb 18 2008, 04:37 PM) *

QUOTE(mmbcross @ Feb 18 2008, 10:15 AM) *

QUOTE(halelya @ Feb 16 2008, 05:31 PM) *

Hi there,
I finally found the best time to travel and arriving Buenos Aires on the 22nd!!!!!!
Actually the dessision of flying away was so imidiate that I haven't roled the trip in my head .
I'm 29 ,travellng with no peticular route, and I'll be happy to hear from u people.
Would it be better to take a flight to the south (Oshuaya)and start all the way up?
The transportation issu is the one I'm cofused about, since I wouldn't be able to rent a car - what is the best way to travel?
Can u recomend of a place in Buenos Aires where that I could find shiny happy travellers !?

Bon Voyage
Halely


Hello Halely,

Are you arriving on the 22nd. Feb? You omitted the month. How long will you have to travel?


Yes, Probably the best way to do this is to fly from B.A. to Ushuaia and then come back up Patagonia by bus. Bus services are excellent in Argentina, but it's a big country so expect some long rides. Try to find overnight sleeper buses so you can save your days for sightseeing and save on hotel accommodations. The countryside in Patagonia is mostly featureless, so you won't miss much.

There are loads of blogs on Argentina. You may want to take some time to go over them to get advice. Places to visit should be Ushuaia, El Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier), Valdes Peninsula (wildlife), Bariloche (scenery).
http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-count...ntina/tpod.html

Find hostels in B.A.? Take a look at the Trip Advisor page:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g312741-...ict-Hotels.html

Good luck
Martin



Hello Martin
Thank you so much for the answer - it was so nice to have a reply so fast.
You've been very helpful - I'm sure your advice can help me alot.
Yes ,I'm arriving in few days and be leaving Argentina on the 17th of March,and have the hunger to see many sightseeings.
I'll check those links you attached here
Thanks again
Halely


Hi Halely,

Thanks for your kind remarks. Glad I could be of some help. Please don't hesitate to contact us here is you need more help of advice.

Cheers
Martin


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