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  • El CalafateWe flew from Ushuaia to El Calafate. We stayed in a hotel with a spa. On our first night we had a Jacuzzi. The next day we went to see Glacier Perito Moreno. It was massive and bits of ice Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Apr 7, 2017
  • Sweet South AmericaSouth America is very good for sweet stuff. You can get cake, biscuits, chocolate, ice cream and Dulce de Leche. My favourite is Dulce de Leche, which you can only get in South America and Spain. Dulce de Leche Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Apr 20, 2017
  • Ushuaia We had a 12 hour bus journey here. It was too long for me! We got to Ushuaia. The day after that we got a taxi to Glacier Martial. It was only one hour of walking but I was tired Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Apr 4, 2017
  • Bariloche and San Martin de los Andes We flew to Bariloche, a swiss-like town, known for its lakes, hikes and mountains. Our only day here we rented bikes to ride the Circuito Chico, a bike ride that goes Posted by jillandloic in Jill and Loïc Adventures of a lifetime | Apr 1, 2017
  • Glacier Perito MorenoWe returned to the town of el Calafate for the sole purpose of trekking on the glacier Perito Moreno. This glacier is special because it is one of the few in the world that is not receding, thanks to Posted by jillandloic in Jill and Loïc Adventures of a lifetime | Mar 28, 2017
  • El Chalten Tuesday morning we said goodbye to Buenos Aires and flew to Patagonia, beginning with el Calafate. Here, we rented a car and drove through what looked like New Mexico wi Posted by jillandloic in Jill and Loïc Adventures of a lifetime | Mar 27, 2017
  • Buenos Aires Saturday, We arrived to Buenos Aires pretty jetlagged, and took the first two days getting used to our new time zone, sleeping til 11am both mornings. Sunday we checked out Posted by jillandloic in Jill and Loïc Adventures of a lifetime | Mar 26, 2017
  • Many Movements on a Moving Day I woke up today with no planned sights to see. I had not done much research before arriving here, true. However, it was also because I'd pretty much gone through Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 24, 2017
  • Remembrance When we woke up this morning, I had no idea of what we were going to see today. We had left today open not knowing if we were meeting our friend or if there were more museums to see. Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 24, 2017
  • Delta on my mindOne of the last things on my to-do list in Buenos Aires wasn't in Buenos Aires. It was a boat trip around the river delta in Tigre, a short train ride north of the city. Our guide books Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 23, 2017
  • The Past Lives on in Tigre Delta So if you think you are going on a nature excursion when you sign up for the Tigre Delta boat tour, you might be disappointed. Now instead, if you go simply to s Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 23, 2017
  • Culture ShockThere are certain places that are iconic and must be seen. El Caminita in the La Boca neighborhood is one of those. I'm certain that nearly everyone has seen photos of the brightly painted houses in Buenos Aires. Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 22, 2017
  • Art Taking the High Road, and Low Road The day I arrived, I'd made a short stop at Buenos Aires' world famous Teatro Colon. Known throughout the world for its acoustics and gorgeous interior, I planne Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 22, 2017
  • Over the river to Uruguay For our first day trip from Buenos Aires, we decided to head across the Rio de la Plata to Colonia, Uruguay. We set out early to catch our ferry. Expecting a full day's worth of sightseeing, we booked a Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 22, 2017
  • Timeless BeautyIt may sound strange, but one of the sites in Buenos Aires I was most interested to see was the cemetery in Recoleta. I'd heard about the ornately carved crypts and mausoleums for the wealthy of Buenos Aires. [img=http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i4 Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 21, 2017
  • Admiring the Houses of the Dead I had read that the La Recoleta Cemetery was an atmospheric place to wander on your visit to Buenos Aires, so that was the destination for Day 3. Another short s Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 21, 2017
  • Market DaySunday in Buenos Aires was another warm and sunny day. Our plan for the day was to check out the Sunday market in the San Telmo neighborhood. All of the guidebooks and our friends who have been here Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 19, 2017
  • Feeling Like an Antique After Shopping Day All the guidebooks recommended visiting the Sunday Antique Market in San Telmo, a gentrified neighborhood with interesting architecture and quaint cobblestoned s Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 19, 2017
  • Bueno Day in Buenos Aires As I stepped out of the car ar John Glenn Airport in Columbus, a cold, wintry rain sent its icy tentacles down my neck. Remind me never to confidently sneer that Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 18, 2017
  • Argentinian Autumn (Spring) BreakI've had Buenos Aries on my mind as a destination for a long time. We finally found a good price for flight and hotel when we were looking this winter. After booking the trip, I went to the Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Mar 18, 2017
  • Day 14 - UshuaiaUshuaia is located on a wide bay with the Martial mountain range to the north and Beagle Channel to the south. This part of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago is also called the End of the World. We walked along the Posted by JenBuckley in A month in South America | Mar 11, 2017
  • Day 13 - At Sea - Rounding Cape Horn Cape Horn (where the Pacific and Atlantic oceans meet) was named by William Schouten after his home village Hoorn in the Netherlands. He was the commander of the Eendracht on a private exploration voyage in January 1616. Sailing around this Posted by JenBuckley in A month in South America | Mar 9, 2017
  • Day 11 - At seaAs we sail further south the temperature is dropping - we sat out on deck for a bit today but I had to put a pair of socks on! - the first time since we left home. We are now heading Posted by JenBuckley in A month in South America | Mar 9, 2017
  • Day 10 - Puerto MadrynAlthough the forecast was for 20 degrees the skies looked very gloomy. We walked off the boat and along the seafront. We noticed a few people staring at the sky and one lady was taking a picture of the clouds. Posted by JenBuckley in A month in South America | Mar 9, 2017
  • March 4 - BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (Day 2) Buenos Aires is a very cosmopolitan city, with wide avenues, many parks and beautiful fountains. And – it is huge! One of the world’s largest cities, in fact! [im Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Mar 4, 2017
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