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Vicente Lopez, The Pampas, Argentina
Outside the great city of Buenos Aires, nice suburn and relax place next to the Rio de la Plata. Most of the city are houses and they are barely any buidlings or bin of traffic jams. It is a quiet and enjoyable place to stay.
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Vicente Lopez, The Pampas, Argentina
The river coast is really beautiful. A walk along the Rio de la Plata is worthy!
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Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Go and visit Eva Peron's grave.....the most amazing cemetary I have ever steped foot in!! Mind blowing... Look out for the young punks though.... had rocks thrown at our group of friends because we refused to give them money. A couple of okay bars around there too I lived and travelled all around Argentina on my own, and had very little trouble. Just mind your own buisiness and watch your back.
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Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
You have to see the famous cemetary which has the mausoleum of Eva "Evita" Perón. The wife of former Argentinean president Juan Perón.
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Once, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hold on to your purse!
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Lanus, The Pampas, Argentina
Hold on to your purse!
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Avellaneda, The Pampas, Argentina
Es mi casa!!! Todos los bondis te llevan si no hay piquete ni corte de puente. Se sobrevive al olor del Riachuelo que Maria Julia prometio limpiar...
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Avellaneda, The Pampas, Argentina
Tierra de futbol por excelencia: Racing, Independiente, El Doke y Arse... que mas? eviten las piedras voladoras en elguna que otra disputa de hinchas por la Plaza Avellaneda. Muy pintorezco!!!
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Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina
lindo lugar. Otimos restaurantes a beira do porto.
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San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
When visiting the traditional fair in San Telmo, which mostly goes along «Defensa», try to go to The «paseo San Lorenzo» which intersects with Defensa at number 755. It is a tiny street and has the oldest still existing house of Buenos Aires. You will notice the murals and the odd layout of windows and doors. The top of the current door used to be the ground level, when, one block down the road was still Rio de La Plata and the City of Buenos Aires a lot smaller. There where older houses, but they have been destroyed eventually... If you want to know more, ask the old painter, selling his paintings in that street. He is a good source of stories about San Telmo. But, do NOT go in the evening or generally in the dark. That is when drug-addicts, prostitutes and thieves outnumber more trustworthy people... ;-)
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