Buenos Aires Outdoors, Buenos Aires

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  • Arrived one day in the afternoon at Buenos Aires, on time take a walk around the neighborhood of Recoleta, where was our hotel, the Bel Air in the street Arenales, and then dine at the nearby pizzeria Los Inmortales, which we were recommended. The next day in the morning we walk to the cemetery of La Recoleta and join a free tour at 11.00, for an hour, the Guide developed superbly. The Recoleta cemetery is a work of art in itself; It houses the mausolea of marble, decorated with statues in various architectural styles; We saw the main tombs / cemeteries including that of Evita Perón, I think that the most visited. We went walking to the plaza Vicente López and ate at Bogota, a resto-bar close, since in the afternoon they came to pick up to make a tour by minibus through the city, which I explained in another comment. Back we investigated how to attend a function at the Teatro Colón, which turned out to be impossible, or do a guided tour, we buy online. We went back to dinner at Bogota. The next day, from our hotel we went straight walk, crossing Avenida 9 de Julio, to square General San Martín, where begins the shopping and vibrant Florida Street and that, with a stop at the Galerías Pacífico, toured to the Av. Rivadavia, that It then flows in the Plaza de Mayo, which we explore in greater detail, by visiting the great Metropolitan Cathedral, and inside the mausoleum of General San Martín. It could not be entered as a visitor in the Casa Rosada, which was also surrounded by a metal fence and strong surveillance. Behind it is Puerto Madero, but it was not so easy to cross, it was a complex area. We went to the right (facing the sea) and take the Av. Ing Huegro, to cross where there was a regulated step by other places was very dangerous rapid and abundant traffic. If it were Sunday the San Telmo market would not be far. Already in the port there is a long seeded walk of restaurants and bars, one of which we made a stop for a drink and appreciate the modern skyline. The set has some similarity with other known port areas. We returned to walk by Av. In may, in which we ate at the legendary Café Tortoni. We then continue along this Avenue, watching the huge Palace of Congress in Greco-Roman style eclectic. We turn right and by street perpendicular to Av. 9 de Julio arrived at Santa Fe Avenue, crowded, and entered the famous Ateneo Grand Splendid library, located in the ancient theatre of that name and whose splendour, cupola, balconies, stage with the curtain preserves etc. Really worth seeing it on the inside. Back to our hotel, we take a break before preparing to go to the San Martín theatre to see "The Inspector", whose tickets, at a minimum to be casually price the day of the Viewer, we had bought online. We walk up to the Corrientes Avenue, the street of the show in general and the theatres in particular and the nightlife par excellence, with many places to eat; We ate pizza near in the American Theatre. It was pleasant for us to see a representation in Argentine Spanish. By general recommendation we returned by taxi to the hotel. The third and last day in Buenos Aires we are engaged, once solved the checkout of the hotel, guided tour of 50 minutes, from the Cervantes theatre. Then by Metro (subway) near the Obelisk to Italy Square, where was born the Av.Sarmiento (of embassies, monument to the Spaniards, gardens, etc.); the opposite side is the Bohemian Palermo Soho. We entered the street Jorge Luis Borges, at the beginning it is "normal" city but then appear cafes and restaurancitos attractive and with decadent touches, like the area in general; We arrive to plaza Serrano (officially Plazoleta Julio Cortazar), very cosy with its woodland and lively with bars and shops. We ate on the high terrace of the Sans. Then wandered through this neighbourhood to Armenia square (a little removed, didn't you see very much) and we surround it, turning to "normal" area (the "Bohemian" is inside). Nothing special we saw in the Hollywood area and back to the Botanical Garden, small but very nice, close to the Metro station. At Metro we had a serious problem because accumulated an enormous amount of travellers at the station and the train came already filled, by what you enter as we could and just completely compressed. We could get at Belgrano, but before it was unclear why side down at each station and had to reach the door. The transfer of prestige for the airport came soon since the traffic was quite dense per is and by the occasional protest activities, and Ezeiza is 37 km so it took almost an hour. As a summary: Buenos Aires is a city for urbanites; like nature, in Argentina who has a first-rate destination but its capital will not call you too attention, as also to lovers of art and ancient history. But it is a city bustling, of contrasts and friendly, not cheap for us, where, in any case, it is easy to find reasons to spend some little days. Nor had we Intuit special dangers for our integrity, but we took precautions.
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  • The experience of the jump is unique, incredible. But what these gentlemen of "Outdoors" you have not created, start jumping times are among the other, when they sell you 45 sec. free fall are 30 and 15 flight (after opening the parachute) actually are 5... Also says there that the participants together will rise... LIE, are tied to the provision of instructors and you typically separate because they reduce flights to a minimum and always upload a handycam with camera pack. Don't be fooled.
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  • "Propaganda is the soul of business", I always say this and Buenos Aires takes this motto seriously, because it is full of wonderful billboards attract glances.
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