Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling mass of a city on the banks of the Río de la Plata, not a river but the world's widest estuary. First impressions may be of a dirty, polluted and noisy city, but a scratch below the surface will unveil a wealth of character.
From the Buenos Aires Travel Guide
It was a little difficult getting in touch with the management, due to phone issues . However once I got in touch with them things went pretty smooth. One detail that they failed to tell you is that after paying 10 % of the rent to travellerspoint. ... more
Hi, A great place to chill out. Safe and secure. Inexpensive. Polished wooden floors throughout house.Comfortable beds and plenty of cupboard space. Run by pleasant, helpful,young couple. The Subte (metro ) is a 5 minute walk away. Good butchers and Fresh fish market in the area and a couple of reasonably priced restaurants nearby. ... more
Estive na Argentina a alguns anos atras, mas não da pra esquecer a bela cidade Buenos Aires. Como disse o sabio, recordar faz parte dos prazeres da viagem. Estive lá num verão, o que deu para aproveitar ...
Posted in Blog de viagens da Márcia by Maah
Adventures in Public Transportation, Tourist Traps & VIP
email. Nathalie and Jamal had returned to Buenos Aires in the morning. We'd both left on Thursday, but they took that bus I mentioned before. Nathalie was living in Buenos Aires, and her boyfriend was in the electronica scene and performing at the same club I went to the first night I was in Buenos Aires. She ...
Posted in Taking The Long Way... by RyRyGoByBy