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We met our tour guide Liliana at Plaza de Mayo and gathered along the side of Hipólito Yrigoyen. As we stood in the shade, Liliana explained the founding of the square: its origens can be dated back to Juan de Garay’s foundation … Continue reading
While living in Argentina, I have been experiencing los feriados. In general, a national holiday has a meaning, an emotional meaning, tied to the history of the country: the date of establishment, independence or an otherwise significant event. In my … Continue reading
In general, when living in Buenos Aires or in Argentina, you want to adapt yourself to the traditions of the Argentinians i.e. eating empanadas, drinking fernet (even though it tastes like medicine), only having a café and some medialunas for breakfast, … Continue reading
Empanadas, pizzas, parrillas, cachafaz, dulce de leche… and more empanadas! Anybody feels like they are going to put on a few kilos while in Buenos Aires? Start exercising! Buenos Aires is filled with activities to keep fit: Practice your tango … Continue reading
Most of you have probably already been to the San Telmo feria that takes place every Sunday on Calle Defensa. The first part of the Feria is filled with different stands that sell mostly crafts and souvenirs. You can zigzag … Continue reading
Mafalda is a comic strip that was written and drawn by Quino (Joaquín Salvador Lavado), an Argentine cartoonist. The 6-year-old girl named Mafalda is “deeply concerned about humanity and world peace and rebels against the current state of the world”. It is a … Continue reading
Has anyone tried going to McDonald’s in Argentina? I find it ridiculously expensive compared to any other kinds of fast food and had decided that I would restrain myself from going there while I was in Argentina. That is until … Continue reading
The 220-foot tall Obelisk is a symbol of Buenos Aires. It was designed by Alberto Prebisch in 1936 to commemorate Buenos Aires’ 400th anniversary. The four sides of the obelisk each represent defining moments in the history of Buenos Aires: … Continue reading
Mendoza is the fourth largest city in Argentina and is well known for its wine making! Indeed, the region around Mendoza is the largest wine producing region in Latin America and accounting for 2/3 of the country’s production. The most … Continue reading