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La Gran Hollywood - Our favorite place in Buenos Aires. If you are looking for a swank, cutting edge hip place then please don't go here! This is a true old time Parilla. A Parilla is the large open wood or charcoal fired grill that is used to cook meat. And meat is why you come to Hollywood. To say their portions are large is like saying that the ocean is wet. This is a comfortable place ...
... Palermo too. Over the 2 weeks, we went there a few times for dinner, drinks or clubbing. A really lovely area and much more down to earth than Centro!
Now Centro. That has it's own charm. Like I said, there's so many sights around Avenida de Mayo (where we lived) that you become oblivious to it all after a while. However, my favourite street was Florida St. It was madness! "Cambio.cambio"! would be shouted by various people. It's basically where the ...
... of us went for a set 3 course meal, tango lesson (HA!) and tango show. Itīīs totally different to the Brazilian Samba that we were used to but still just as good. Strictly Come Dancing has nothing on these guys! The performance is like a theatre production with a story to it and an old man narrating/singing the whole way through, practically a Bruce Forsyth, slightly surreal but thatīs their culture and itīs great.
... architecture, curious Markets and diverse communities. Everywhere you go, the life of the city is pulsing in the ubiquitous café terraces, where people of all stripes meet to talk, drink wine or throw back tiny glasses of spirits, have their shoes shined, smoke cigars, argue and flirt.
And of course if the Tango is the soundtrack of BA, barbecued meat must be the smell. On every corner, empty backyard or parking lot you will find a ...
... professional and knowing that it was our last chance to try more Argentinean wines we selected the wine pairings to go with each course of our seven course degustation. The menu sounded very exciting and we were able to watch our meals be prepared through the very open kitchen. Each course was a new flavour expression and the three best courses were the ceviche, seafood soup with octopus and the braised pork. However, each course was ...