The City of Lujan is located 68 Km away from the City of Buenos Aires, and it is characterized by the hospitality offered to travelers. In Lujan we will be able to find the Neo Gothic temple that worships the Virgin of Lujan. This majestic basilica with its two towers can be seen on arrival to the city from the …Read More »
Tag Archives: Buenos Aires
Milanesas at Kentucky Pizza? Clam bombs on Pizza and Choripan at Retiro train station…
Gotta love the food here! After a couple day here, I am starting to figure out that BA is a town of many things but the place called Kentucky Pizza is by far a porteno thing. It seems that everyone has a Kentucky Pizza story, it’s like a Rol San story in Toronto, everyone has been there and everyone has …Read More »
Nightshooting in Buenos Aires
Floralis Generica is a beautiful sculpture located in United Nations Park in Buenos Aires. This Park is right next to the Recoleta district (actually across the street from the Recoleta flea market on weekends) and is next to the Law School. Floralis Generic is a giant, 23 meter sculpture made of steel and aluminum (its weight is 18 tons). The …Read More »
I finally figured out the secret to staying thin in Buenos Aires…
Since the beginning of this trip, I have been trying to figure out the secret to how the Portenos stay so slim and in shape while eating some of the richest food around. After walking Buenos Aires all day and all night, it was obvious to see – they are all runners and play soccer in the evenings. Yesterday, my …Read More »
Back in BsAs….and I still think the Brazilian side was better
I don’t know why I think that but overall I preferred the imaginary Brazilian side better – I like seeing the entire panorama’s of the falls. However after doing the Devil’s Throat, the power and the fury is amazing. Anyway time for Pizza…. let’s see what adventure awaits in BsAs tonightRead More »
Two days in Buenos Aires and waiting for Iguazu
First impressions do go a long way anywhere in the world, but after two busy days in Buenos Aires, I’ll add and expand to my impression list. There is quality food all round, even in the tourist ghettos of Florida St. The Marriott happened to be at the end of this long pedestrian corridor filled with tourist shops, street performers, …Read More »
I'm too old for pub crawls….
As one gets a bit older, there is the undeniable, inexorable passages of time. In my 20’s, I loved the drinking and partying, one could find in random cities across the world; however the more cities I see, the more I realize that the world is slowly creeping towards one vision. Thank the effects of globalization! A mega club in …Read More »
Buenos Aires….maybe the Paris of South America eh?
Well after a full day of walking through BsAs, with a hangover from last night’s theatrics and drinking olympics; I have come up with the following facts: Taxis are cheap – like seriously cheap. Any cab ride gettting around the city regardless of the traffic should never cost more than30 pesos (8.50$ CDN) Beer is cheap – not seriously cheap, …Read More »