Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... off due to a landslide.
Looked it up on the net and it was only a small building site accident a couple
of blocks south with major roads closed to allow Medivac to land – just as well
as I had been walking a block away just about the time it happened on the start
of the great marmite hunt.
After I’d grocery shopped I collected by laundry and could
finally relax. This laundry is better as you can have a whole machine to
yourself and they ...
Day 44- Bus and a ferry back to Buenos Aires. Checked in at Milhouse Hostel. Heard a lot of things about Milhouse. Everywhere we've been to people are like aw yeah Milhouse, yeah MADD. Party hostel of Argentina. So first night in we decide to call it at 9pm. Don't be fooled by the little ***** black front door. Deception at its finest. This place is massive. As you walk in its like como pub, no wait better than that, it's like the royal just without the pokies. Day 45- Checked out ...
Itīs been a wonderful five days here in the Paris of South America. With the grand architecture itīs easy to forget youīre not in Paris or Vienna. But tonight we take the redeye home to the USA.
We have spent the last few days seeing the cultural side of BA. After our "Evita Loca" experience on Sunday, we began our evening at Cafe Tortoni, the most famous cafe in BA. It was the intellectual and arts center of Buenos ...
... Of course I bought one because I knew Emily would love it and it was only one dollar. This was all I managed to buy.
I got back to Debbie who was most impressed with my antique buying prowess or at least she was too weak to roll her eyes at her goofy husband's antics. She wanted to lay down but not go all the way back to the hotel so I inquired with the cab driver as to a ride to the nearest park. It was so close that ...
... and light engineers. He did a show in Santiago yesterday and is doing one in BA tonight. The flight over the Andes was pretty spectacular, the plane seems to be climbing for ages, so they dont bring the trollies round for an hour after takeoff.
Last night we bade our sad farewells to the Beer Shop and had a few bottles of Beagle (pronounced bee - ag - lay, emphasis on the ag). The staff were obviously sorry to see us go, ...