Apart Recoleta

Address: Guido 1948 , Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1119, Argentina | Hotel
 
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      Living La Vida Local

      A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Jan 10, 2015

      6 comments, 36 photos

      ... paintings, the works include sculptures and paintings made from debris from the slums, with depictions of life in those slums. Rather than being depressing, that art causes reflection and creates an awareness of how removed from the life of the gallery-goers the subjects on display are. Another series of this “textured” art consists of three-dimensional prints and large works depicting the life of a woman from the slums who moved ...

      Our last day in South America...

      A travel blog entry by caarch on Dec 01, 2014

      15 photos

      ... that I didn't eat breakfast there even once on this cruise! True to form, I snarfed down my coffee, scrambled eggs and English muffin, then headed for the lounge, the origin of all group activities. My bus departed only 5 minutes late (Oceania passengers are very considerate and punctual, even me), and we said goodbye to our home of the last 11 days, the lovely Marina.

      Though some of us had seen parts of the city on tours the ...

      'a collosal misjudgement'...

      A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Sep 02, 2014

      ... It is nothing like our cemetarys here. It's like a mini city of moseleums (huge decorative buildings holding the coffins of whole familys or stairs down to where the coffins are kept). The moseleums themselves are extremely beautiful and there was a mix of very old and modern ones. There were even a few famous people there including Eva Peron and family (the character of my favourite musical, Evita). They give you a map at the entrance with a suggested route to take in the ...

      Robbed, red wine and steak

      A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Mar 23, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... was a public holiday in the city and there were lots of demonstrations happening everywhere. Streets blocked by crowds of people singing, chanting and playing drums. We walked across town and meet some friends of Lesley's who live in Buenos Aires. Had a yummy lunch down by the marina. After lunch they drove us to an area called La Boca which is famous for it's brightly coloured buildings and tango dancing. We sat in ...

      My first day in Buenos Aires

      A travel blog entry by melsadventure on Feb 03, 2014

      ... for dinner. Argentina is known for having spectacular meat, because it is all free reign, and I could definitely tell a difference! It was so juicy and tasted fresh. In Argentina, breakfast is served before work or school, lunch around 1:00 or 2:00 in the afternoon, they have tea time at 5:00, and then dinner is served at 9:00 or 9:30 at night! That dinner time will definitely take some getting used to. I told Mavi that I usually eat dinner at 5:30 and she thought I was ...