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Day 77: Hello Pizza

October 12th.

Because of important flows of European immigration to Argentina around the turn of the 20th century, there is a lot of European influence in Buenos Aires, particularly in food. 122 more words

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Day 46: Stencils of Palermo Hollywood

September 12th.

I have yet another reason to love Palermo Hollywood and its surroundings: ALL OF THE GRAFFITI. We took a walking graffiti tour the other day, organized by the university, and the tour-guide took us all around Colegiales and Palermo Hollywood, showing us different kinds of graffiti and how some graffiti had very real poltiical messages, whilst other were simply expressions of art. 161 more words

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Day 41: Buenos Aires Food Week

September 7th.

This week in Buenos Aires is the time when the city´s culinary greats open their doors to the less wealthy demographic, offering lower-cost menus than usual, so that Buenos Aires´ citizens can gleefully indulge in really awesome food. 186 more words

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Day 27: Hello, Palermo Hollywood

August 24th.

Just a snap of the roofs of Palermo Hollywood, one of the Palermo neighbourhoods that houses most of the big radio/TV stations and studios. 17 more words

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Decata (Buenos Aires)

Decata, Honduras 6100, Buenos Aires 1414

Café Decata is a little hard to find but once you’re there, you’ll never want to leave! It is located at the end of a long corridor, next to the French Gallery in the middle of Palermo Hollywood. 116 more words


Foto-Ruta in Palermo Hollywood

John, Sarah and I spent an afternoon wandering the city with our cameras as part of a tour run by Foto-Ruta.com. Grafitti art along side streets, an antique warehouse, and a packed plaza were all on the list of locations. 82 more words


Don't Cry for Me - I'm in Argentina

After a wonderful 3 1/2 weeks in Wisconsin over Christmas, Matt and I escaped the bitter cold for Buenos Aires, Argentina.  We have literally gone from a low temperature of -17 degrees Fahrenheit to 100 degrees F.   649 more words