Hotel Pizarro

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Day 1 - jet lagged and generally, just tired!!

A travel blog entry by emmaw


... a really strange mixture of things - but it was a great bar and had loads of atmosphere! We spent a couple of hours here before walking back to the hotel to meet the others. After our quick meeting, we went across the road to the Peruvian Bar for another beer, before heading out for food. In BA people do not go out to eat until 10 o'clock ish, so this was about the right time, although way too late for me!! Originally Blanca had wanted us to go to the same restaurant ...

Buenos Aires sightseeing day 1

A travel blog entry by burke1961


... yet to see a pedestrian crossing as we understand it

  • Portenos do not care if pedestrians have a white (not green) crossing sign. They will still run you over anyway
  • Portenos love their dogs. They are everywhere, and some being walked half a dozen at a time by professional dog walkers.
  • BA has dreadful humidity during the day but beautiful balmy breezes at night. Much more pleasant than Brisbane ...

  • Bs As 2.0 [+ What I've Learned About Argentina]

    A travel blog entry by lizabee

    ... yummy; faith in Buenos Aires is restored. We spend the afternoon shopping and exploring this revitalizing part of the city. After a few hours, we all return to Nuss to get ready for our last night in South America as the whole family, celebrated with a last supper and a tango show. Dinner at Mott truly rocked its role as the last supper, with probably the best meal of Argentina, but running late, we are caught between eating as fast as possible ...

    Buenos Aires: Cementerio de la Recoleta

    A travel blog entry by kristinrust


    ... ancient silk flowers covered in years of dust, some tombs have even become storage units full of ladders and bags of cement. This freaks out and intrigues Chad, and he snoops around and opens doors he shouldn't. He cannot help himself, and often I see him running away.

    But it paid off this time. The tomb blended in with all the others, but when you looked through the gate, above was the most gorgeous white angel holding a young girl, the ...

    First Day in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by top-of-the-hill


    ... sunshine, along wide tree lined avenues not willing to chance the buses or negotiate the metro. It's clean, the graffiti is minimal and the dog poo is virtually non existent (they have to pick them up). Jan got a yearning for the local ice cream (highly regarded), so late in the afternoon we scoured the area. Finally we gave up only to stumble upon one just metres from our front door.
    The night life here starts late, so ...


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