Belgrano BE052

Address: 337 ciudad de la paz, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Day 2, marches & crazy weather

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Dec 13, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... of drunk people, banging drums, singing, waving flags and launching fireworks. Apparently most of them have to be there to claim their welfare, others are paid to swell the ranks and some are genuinely there to support the government (2 or 3 of them at least as our guide said. He’s definitely not a fan of the current govt.) We found out lots about the different political figures in Argentinean history ...

¡Hola Argentina! (Day 2)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Oct 12, 2014

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... a nap before heading out to explore. Being the Sunday of a long weekend (Oct 12 is a holiday here to celebrate the different ethnicities within Argentina), most things were closed. At 7pm we met the others that we will be traveling with for the next 18 days. There is Kathy and Winship, an American couple from from Florida in their 50s, Trevor a Brit in his 50s, Mikaela a woman in her early 20s from a small town in Australia, Grace another Aussie in her mid twenties from ...


A travel blog entry by terryandjackie on May 31, 2014

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Travelled this morning to Estancia Santa Susanna, a ranch 50km or so north of Buenos Aires. Great fun. Welcomed with a glass of red wine at 11o'clock and it was all horse riding, beef, samba and more red wine thereafter. The bus was very quiet on our 4 o'clock return.

Last night was samba night. A great show with obviously lots of samba but highlight was gaucho (Argentinean cowboy) twirling bolas with gay abandon. We weren't allowed to take pictures but ...

56. Buenos Aires and Rosario

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Apr 25, 2014

... we learned. One of the big challenges of being in Argentina is filling the time between lunch and dinner which are usually about 7hrs apart. Torture. Unless you're Kes and you happen to be in the kitchen and get roped in to teaching people how to cook pasta for the first time. However, once you finally have dinner (steak), it's amazing. We tried entrana (skirt of beef) which was delicious and also saw an impromptu magic show in a bar just before closing. There are also lots of ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy on Feb 20, 2014

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... is everywhere in Buenos AIres. We didn`t know anything about her apart from Madonna playing her part in a movie. Our guess is she`s like the Diana of Argentina. Her grave is the main tourist attraction here..the Recoleta cemetary holds hundreds of `graves` which could definitely pass for one room houses!

So this far in we´ve been to two fantastic cities which we`d happily come back too..just with more money to spend there!