El Cabildo

Lavalle 748, Buenos Aires, 1047, Argentina
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Buenos Aires to San Carlos de Bariloche by land?

by GlobeTrekr

Is this trip doable by bus? Is it a horribly long trip? How long would the journey be and what would the bus tickets cost? Any spots worth stopping over at in between BA and SC de B?

Re: Buenos Aires to San Carlos de Bariloche by land?

by vtveen

'Everything' is doable. This trip will take between 20 and 25 hours (depending on the company) and will cost between 230 pesos (semi cama) and 365 pesos (cama suite).

For more info about companies, fares and schedules see: www.omnilineas.com

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Buenos Aires to San Carlos de Bariloche by land?

by GlobeTrekr

Thanks for the info. By 'doable' I meant can one take a bus or buses from one point to the other. I will look into the website and thanks again!

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Wine by the glass

by morochaargentina

I can guarantee: you can buy a wine by the glass in every single place you go... Whether your are having a $5 USD dinner or a $150 USD one (and YES, you can have both spectrums in BA, you just need to know where to go...)
Now, that does not mean it will be "a good one" (it will be silly to assume that every place has the same offering!) Prices are usually "cheap" for food and wine, but that again depends on what you are looking for...
If you are really into AMAZING wines by the glass, I would suggest you go to "El Danzon", that offers around 40 wines by the glass, including rare ones, and they are all in the nitrogen machine.

Argentinean Chimichurri sauce

by nattybabe

We fell in love with Chimichurri as soon as we had it with our steaks on our first time through Buenos Aires. I didn't think to buy any there and have regretted it ever since. I have found some in my local department store, but see below for the receipe if you want to have a go at making it yourself.

Chimichurri is the very best barbeque marinade there is. The Argentineans know all there is to know about steak, and this is the tastiest (and easiest) way to marinade meat. It can be used as a marinade or just a dipping sauce, and used with steak, chicken or pork. A good thing to remember is the longer you marinade the meat for, the better it will taste.

1 bunch fresh parsley, chopped
6 cloves garlic
3/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
1 teaspoon chopped oregano
1 red onion, diced
Juice of 1 lemon
Salt and pepper to taste
1 teaspoon dried chilli flakes - or more if you like it spicy!

Put all the ingredients into a blender and blitz it - easy as that! Marinate the meat overnight in the fridge, then cook on a hot barbeque or grill pan. Yum yum!

FLOWERS ALL AROUND

by RafaelTheSecond

MARIANO CAUGHT ME DOING WHAT I REALLY ENJOY....TAKING PICTURES OF FLOWERS, AND BUENOS AIRES IS A REAL PARADISE FOR FLOWER LOVERS! THESE ALFAZEMAS PLANTED LIKE TREES ARE REALLY SMELLY AND GORGEOUS! I WAS IN MY LAST DAY IN THE COUNTRY, STROLLING AROUND IN SAN ISIDRO BY THE TRAIN STATION DE LA COSTA!

OCTOBER 2ND - 2005

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED WHEN TWO PHOTOGRAPHERS MEET!

Centro Naval

by Dabs

I just love looking at architecture and Buenos Aires is filled with gems, many of them along Calle Florida, the main pedestrian shopping street in Buenos Aires. The Centro Naval is generally not open to the public although you might be able to peek inside the lobby. The exterior of the building is covered in a nautical theme, my first picture is of a nude sea god in a Spanish galleon (ship), announcing victory using a conch shell as a megaphone. The building dates to 1914.

This is the first stop on the Calle Florida walking tour in Frommers, located on Calle Florida and Calle Cordoba. The 2nd stop is Galerias Pacifico which I have under shopping, the 3rd stop is the shuttered Harrods which isn't really much to see, the 4th stop is Sociedad Rural Argentina which we missed and at which point I took over the navigation of the tour ;-)

BUENOS AIRES : PHOTO DEVELOPMENT AT REIFSCHNEIDER

by swesn

Watch out for promotions.

There was a ‘DEVELOP 5 ROLLS AND THE LAST ROLL IS FREE’ promotion when I was there. So, it averaged out to 18 Arg Pesos per roll.

They use FUJI paper and the quality is really quite good.

There are 2 branches along Calle Florida, Florida 250 and Florida 439.

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