Buenos Aires in four days.

You can see Buenos Aires in four days although this city deserves much more time. Often used as a gateway to South America …….. Buenos Aires has much to offer. Here is my suggestion for a four day itinerary. Day One – Recoleta is an upscale district which The Grey Traveller chose to make as a base […]

Three historic cafes in Buenos Aires

El Ateneo Grand Splendid Cafe Tortoni La Biela If I had to choose I couldn’t, each of these grand old ladies served us well in authenticity and food. Buenos Aires is an elegant city and these cafes contribute to an old fashioned slightly European charm that Buenos Aires imbues. When the feet become tired and the throat needs […]

Do you buy souvenirs?

………………..me ……………….only sometimes, if perhaps some small trinket catches my eye, is especially appealing or is likely to evoke a special memory. It has to be small as I’m unlikely to have much if any luggage space. I did buy a colourful mug in  Buenos Aires as the colours were bright and the mugs did not appear […]

Recoleta Cemetery; Buenos Aires

Mesmerising is the best word I can use to describe this ‘attraction’ in Buenos Aires. Resting place of some of Argentina’s rich and aristocratic (including the Duarte family of Eva Peron) have been laid to rest here. The city has grown up around this area and now condo blocks and a shopping mall have unique views […]