El Firulete Downtown
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New Years Eve
New Years Eve had arrived and we were ready to celebrate. Our plan of attack was agreed and Plaza Dorrego in San Telmo was the chosen location to party with the locals.
Everybody rolled into Buenos Aires from their various locations. I met up with Dave, Kath, Charlie and Ced in the hostel and we headed out for beers …
I rolled back into Buenos Aires ready for a week of sights and celebrations with a big crew of fellow travellers. I checked into an apartment that Ellie and I had booked for 3 days of R&R. Ellie arrived from New Zealand and we promptly checked out the pool before heading out for dinner.
Hola agian from Buenos Aires! We are finally starting to get comfortable with the city. We visited the Patagonia Store today. Raul, the store manager, pointed us in the right direction around the city. We also had our first traditional yerba mate!
From the store we headed to a beautiful, old cemetary. The graves were very elaborate, with old …
Four years ago when I started going to Argentina someone at the airport told me next time you are here be sure to visit the Latino Americano Museum it is beautiful! Twice after that
when I returned toBuenos Aires I forgot my guide book and no one there seemed to know where
it was located. This time I took my guide book and asked them for …
...so they just abbreviate it to B.A. This practice seems a bit ridiculous to me, especially considering that many cities we´ve been to have in excess of five syllables, and are pronounced in their entirety, but then again, I don´t live here. Buenos Aires offers so many engrossing activities that I was either too lazy or felt it silly to spend my …