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... Italian communities so there are many Italian style buildings. The Recoleta, the mausoleum cemetery, is similar to one in Genoa. The world's 7th largest Jewish community is here too.
BA is located in the Pampas region, South America's vast fertile lowlands that run east of the Andes. The metropolitan area has 12 million people, and 42,000 taxis. Geographically, it is roughly the size of Los Angeles.
Our first stop was Teatro Colon opera house, a ...
... probably one of the best steaks I've ever had, only slightly ruined by my choice of sides - you order the steak then have to choose your sided, they had the normal chips, salad, vegetables etc but I'd also spied waffle fries on the menu so thought I'd give them a try. Turns out they were literally just waffle cut ready salted crisps, not the ideal side for an unbelievable steak... Went for a couple of drinks afterwards and got a taxi back to the hostel, our ...
... Magdalena. With dingy rooms playing different music, material draped here and there, and an interesting mix of people, it had more of a house party atmosphere than a club. We opted for the Latino room with non-stop Samba music and a caipirinha bar, and did our best to look stylish while being flung around by people who could actually Samba! Crossing over into Argentina we noticed quite a big difference immediately between the two ...
... Our wifi connection was virtually non-existent because of the amount of people swanning about; checking in, checking out, inquiring about tours, eating breakfast and of course, connecting to the World Wide Web. We decided to leave and found a gorgeous cafe a few doors down which served delicious sandwiches and had a great wifi connection.
An hour or so later our room was ready. We'd booked a dorm for the first night because that was all that ...
... with 54% of the vote. We spend a few minutes walking down the avenues, looking into crypts (yes, I admit it, it’s kind of creepy), taking pictures of the ones that garner our attention. It starts to rain again so we head for the coach. Just in time—the rain pounds the coach just as the last person boards. Whew. We continue our drive heading to the symbol of Buenos Aires: The Obelisk. On the way, Valeria tells us more about the people and ...