Apart Recoleta

Guido 1948 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1119, Argentina | Hotel
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Wann ich wiederkomme

A travel blog entry by elisabeth_sa


Viele beschweren sich, dass es keine aktuellen Blogeinträge mehr gibt.
Eigentlich sollte ich grade im Flugzeug sitzen...
Stattdessen bin ich immer noch in Buenos Aires und werde noch bis zum 20. Juni bleiben.

Day 184/187 Tango

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


Seguim gaudint de Buenos Aires, tenint la sensació, cada dia més, que l'estada se’ns fa curta. Com a totes les grans ciutats, hi ha molt per fer, i a més aquí, tot sembla fàcil: et trobes les coses com sense voler. Ahir mateix, després d’estar tot el dia "concentrats" al nostre pis de Palermo, vam decidir sortir a la tarda sense cap pla. Doncs vam acabar a l’hipòdrom, ...

Art Notes - Hit and miss

A travel blog entry by ally80


... we made the trip however we did leave feeling a little underwhelmed by the exhibitions and mildly disappointed as two of the four floors were closed for renovation and in the process of installation. Thankfully we had only paid £1 entry.

Afterwards we popped across the road to the popular Plaza Dorrego Bar, with dark wooden tables etched with hundreds of initials and messages - an artwork itself and great way to enjoy our morning coffee.

Classic Buenos Aires- San Telmo

A travel blog entry by woody0198


... a hat, along with a leather bound journal encrusted with an agate slice. For lunch we thought we'd try our luck at Cafe San Juan, which is a top choice in LP. We got a couple seats at the bar, overlooking the kitchen. Ordinarily not ideal, but it was fun watching them craft great stuff out of this small kitchen. With a glass of wine and a beer, preceded by the best green olives I've ever had, the entradas and tapas were great, and portions very large. I'm glad we ...

Last Day in Argentina

A travel blog entry by graybeard


... enough to serve as his presidential palace. His ambitions, however were for naught. He died in 1912, even before the building was completed but his widow and children occupied it after its completion.

It's a 12,000 square meter (almost 130,000 square foot) 140 room mansion. By comparison, the United States White House is about 55,000 square feet (5,100 square meters) though the two buildings have a similar number of rooms. On the tour they said a ...


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