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... cash we went to get some lunch. We have become huge fans of the milinesa sandwich and for around 30 pesos is a very cheap lunch ($3). We found the house of government and the newly created port area of town, reminding me very much of Darling Harbour in Sydney and what Docklands should have been. It was a nice walk and full of people. A walk through San Telmo and the market rounded out our day. We are not sure about walking around here at night, probably one of the reasons we ...
... surrounded by party goers and local cafes pumping quite heavy tunes. As early afternoon approaches though, the tunes will change. Further, expect to see an increasing amount of people wearing their sunglasses. For the tourists, undoubtedly a large bottle of water will be in their hand too (Tourist stamp 4). 4.How could I write an entry on BA and not mention the food. Correcto, I could not. Eat Dulche de Leche (A rich caramel spread). Don't like it? Learn to love it. ...
... that she was in buenos aires and met her at a free Tango Show at Parliament (city council) at 645pm - 5 singers - bringing tango back to the people of buenos Aires Subway with Ellie and Brcey to her house in Bodeo. Met her housemates Ben and another Argentinian. All working on a project in the slums Dinner at a gorgeous local restaurant called Roque in Boedo. Shared a bottle of vino tinto and three pizzas. Fugazette - a traditional speciality of cheese and ...
... coloured houses that the port dwellers used to spruce up their houses after sprucing up the port’s barges. Unfortunately this attempt to spruce the area up in the past and the abandonment of warehouses has led to the port becoming an industrial waste land with the paint and other abandoned objects finding their way back into the waters leaving a pretty large layer of sludge in the port. Currently there are many projects underway to clean up ...
Today the focus was on cultural experiences for class. The bus took us to the city of San Isidro where we could see the river Rio de la Plata, the San Isidro cathedral, and the mall at the site of the old train line. On the way, the guide Gloria gave us all kinds of random information about Argentina. For example, the gaucho or'Argentina cowboy' didn't carry a gun but a big knife called a facon. Still today you can buy these ...
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