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Last Tango in Paris (of South America)

A travel blog entry by sql_spice


... the turn of the century, and still retains its Parisian beauty inside- in fact, they have a law here that says you canīt alter the interior of an old cafe. (Note: this law may sound silly until you enter the Burger King in town that used to be the city's first mansion in the 18th century, which Burger King happily chopped up and painted over, but conveniently left the staircase intact so you know what you missed.) We ended up ...


A travel blog entry by ejae


... query desk eventually that spoke a little more English than I spoke Spanish. It was really difficult to communicate but I managed to establish that my bag had not made it on to the flight from Sydney and Qantas were going to forward it ASAP. Amazingly for me I didn't cry or get upset even though I felt like I wanted to. It was almost as if I was getting comfortable with such misfortune. The airport staff said they would send my luggage to the
hotel I ...

More than just good air

A travel blog entry by mirja.bester


... shook our heads and criticised them in German for this crime against Argentine beef. I almost wanted to reach over with my fork and rescue that meaty goodness but I fought the urge.

Now for step 4 of the evening, dessert. Here we were shown how to make an Argentine sweet favourite, the Alfajore. The classic Alfajore is 2 biscuits with dulce de leche squeezed in the middle and then coconut flakes on the outside. Also very tasty.

The final and, after beef, the ...

Buenos Airies, Argentina

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsgodier


... the road. As we were driving around we noticed a few people looking up at us, pointing and smiling, we were surprised as you would imagine these busses are regular / popular...However, it turned out that stops numbers 3 through 10 were museums, none of which were open due to being low season and here was nothing else surrounding them. 26 mins later, we had done a complete loop on the bus and were stood back at the train station. So it was not a complete waste of a ...

El Superclasico

A travel blog entry by benandhelen


Another thing that Buenos Aires is famous for, besides tango, red wine, vast quantities of red meat, and economic turmoil, is football. The city plays host to one of the most famous derby matches in the world, El Superclasico between Boca Juniors and River Plate, and through sheer chance our arrival coincided with this end-of-season fixture! Once voted by the Observer as the #1 sporting event to see before you die, this was defintely ...

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This hostel, located in the Palermo area of Buenos Aires, is near Jardín Zoologico, Museo Evita, Jardin Botanico Carlos Thais, and Opera Pampa.
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