Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
Our first stop of the day was the cementario de la Recoleta where BA's rich and famous are buried.
The mausoleums are undoubtedly impressive and some are the size of your average London house.
The rich showing off even in death!
Made an obligatory visit to the family tomb of Eva Peron, a surprisingly small, black marble affair tucked …
We never seems to get enough sleep at the moment and last nigh was no exception.We went to bed at 1am after the tango show and woke up at 6.30 for the catamaron to Colonia ( Uruguay). Feeling knackered. Still managed to get a quick desayuno, croissaints with dulche de leche, orange juice and a brisk walk to Puerto Madero for our 8.45 departure. All …
Not much to report today as the main objective was to fly from Ushuaia to Buenos Aires.
The group were all pretty down about leaving Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia, not helped by the sunny weather that mocked us as we made our way to the airport.
It was also a tearful good bye to our lovely host, Suzie, at the B&B. A lovely warm …
First impression of Buenos Aires: noisy, modern, chocking with traffic.
Weather very pleasant though.
As we arrived to our hotel England vs Australia in the rugby so Gareth glued to the TV straight away.
Empanadas - did not disappoint. Like mini cornish pastries but fillings are much more varied.
Incredibly tasty and cheap - …
While the tour has now started, it turns out that I was on my own for the first day. That's okay, since everybody else left for the airport at around 3am for a very early flight. My flight was only scheduled for 2pm meaning I could get a good night's sleep, and had the morning in Buenos Aires. But, my flight was delayed. So, I walked around the …
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The room was clean, breakfast was fine and the location was good. But cigarette smoke filled my room through the bathroom vent from some neighbours.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.