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  • Back in Buenos Aires: Abasto, Obelisk, Arms Museum successAn early start this morning, because although the ferry terminal was only a short walk away and the boat wasn't departing until something past 9, we had to leave time to get through baggage x-ray and both the Uruguayan and Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | May 28, 2019
  • Trains, buses and the artsWe started the day with another long walk. Our goal was to make it to the school by 2.45 pm. The school is 20 km north of where we are staying. We walked a few kilometres (in the rain again) to Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 24, 2019
  • Toilets, theatres and bookshopsWe woke late, knowing the forecast was for rain and with no where to be till 11 am. We had tickets booked for a tour of Teatro Colon, about 4 kilometres away, and were undecided as to how to get Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 24, 2019
  • Ah Buenos Aires, more red wine and red meat!After our late night, I had wanted to sleep in but was awake at 7.15am. Buenos Aires is the same time zone as Santiago but it gets light much earlier which is nice. We were out the door at 9 am Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 24, 2019
  • San Telmo and tangoGood morning from Buenos Aires, Argentina. We decided to take this short trip as EJ has a trip here with school and we thought we make the most of the opportunity. EJ is representing her school playing clarinet in a band Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 24, 2019
  • Walking off the excessWe decided on an earlier breakfast today as our flight was early afternoon and we wanted to make the most of our remaining time. Having said that, it was still well after the planned 8 am by the time all Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Red, red wine and meatIt was a struggle to get up in time to meet at 8.30 am for breakfast. We were all still needing a bit more sleep after our late night! We ate breakfast with PP and family and then PV took us Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Mendoza, markets and meatToday started with getting EJ off to school at 6.45 am as usual and a Spanish lesson at home for AJ and I from 7.30-9 am. AJ had a meeting at an office only a few hundred metres from our Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Argentinian Iguazu..keeps getting betterWhen we woke at 7.30 am this morning, it looked like there might be a little more sun than yesterday so I was keen to get going. EJ was struggling to get out of bed so AJ and I went Posted by sonjamcf in Simply sharing | May 23, 2019
  • Argentina, South AmericaI landed in Argentina, the climate here is very similar to Brazil. After i dropped my bags off at my hotel i went straight to the soccer stadium in Buenos Aires. The stadium was made for when Argentina hosted the Posted by Jsonsantoss in My Dream Trip around the World | May 14, 2019
  • My Dream Trip Around The World Today left from Toronto Pearson airport and went to Buenos Aries Argentina the flight was 13 hours and 55 minutes long and the flight cost was $1,231 dollars on my first day in Argentina I went to visit La Boca. Posted by Real Arshad in My Dream Trip Around The World | May 14, 2019
  • RetiroToday we were in the area of Retiro, next to Recoleta and north of the centre. After a metro trip and a walk through a park in the middle of the widest street in the world... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/961215/2016-06-11-11h28m26.JPG th Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | May 10, 2019
  • Ecological Reserve and El CaminitoThe sun was out again today. We did something a bit different; a long walk through the Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur via Plaza de Mayo, a military brass band, a construction site with workers barbecuing tantalising-smelling meat for their lunch, Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | May 10, 2019
  • Salta & Quebrada de HumahuacaFrom Asunción in Paraguay, we took our longest bus trip yet. It took us a full 24 hours to reach Salta in Argentina’s Northwest, including a change in Resistencia. It was not as bad as it sounds though. There are Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | May 9, 2019
  • San TelmoCloudy today with a very slight drizzle later on. Today we explored the San Telmo area of Buenos Aires - a very interesting area, with lots of colonial architecture, antiques shops and parrillas (steakhouses) dotted around. There's a famous antiques Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Apr 29, 2019
  • Iguazú Falls & Esteros del IberáFrom Rio de Janeiro we took a flight to Foz do Iguaçu, located on the Brazilian side of the Tri-border area shared with Paraguay and Argentina. More importantly, it is the closest town to the Brazilian side of the mighty Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Apr 28, 2019
  • Botanic gardens and Latin American artAnother lovely sunny day today, though with a bit of nip in the air. First up were the beautiful, peaceful botanic gardens. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/961215/9e94f5f0-6739-11e9-895f-d1214b767a1b.jpg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Apr 25, 2019
  • CentroFirst stop today was Plaza de Mayo, the main square in the city centre; we got there by the Subte (Underground), a journey of only 5 pesos each (25p). If only the London Underground were as cheap! It was another lovely Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Apr 24, 2019
  • RecoletaCoffee, medialunas (Argentinian sweet croissants) and dulce de leche on toast started us off nicely. Before we set off to Recoleta cemetery we went onto the roof to see the relaxation and asado (Argentinian barbecue) area our hostel has there; Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Apr 24, 2019
  • Finally arrived in Buenos Aires!We're sitting up in bed now at Reina Madre hostel in Buenos Aires, knackered after over 24 hours of travel since we left St Albans but very happy at having arrived at last! The roads were very quiet so we made Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Apr 24, 2019
  • Buenos AiresAfter more than two months of intensive travelling in Chile and Argentina, we felt like we needed a bit of a break before continuing to other South American countries. Therefore, we spent a full two weeks in Buenos Aires. For Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Apr 19, 2019
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  • Argentinian WineOpposite from Santiago on the Argentinian side lies the city of Mendoza and just like in Chile, at this latitude is the main wine producing region of the country. Where they grow Carménère West of the Andes, they grow world-renowned Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Apr 14, 2019
  • Northbound on Ruta Nacional 40We had a lot of distance to cover from Argentina’s Southern Patagonia back to Santiago in Chile. On Argentina’s side of the Andes, Ruta Nacional 40 runs almost the entire length of the country along the continent’s rocky spine. There Posted by samandmarta in Sam & Marta - Travel | Apr 9, 2019
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina I left for the airport in Denver around 10:30 on a Tuesday morning. I was finally at my hotel in Buenos Aires at 3 PM on Wednesday afternoon. A 6 hour Posted by pscotterly in Cruise Control | Apr 6, 2019
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