MY ba Hotel

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Zabala 1925, Buenos Aires, C1426DQI, Argentina
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A few queries

by dangalf

Hi,

Going to BA end of Feb and have a few queries for those in the know:

1) I would like to go to a football game, it seems River are the only ones at home during my time there. Is it safe to go on my own? How much would it be (it's vs Banfield)

2) Do they sell rolling tabacco (e.g golden virginia) in Argentina? Only asking as I don't like manufactured cigarettes.

3) Can anyone recommend a small tango place that is relatively un-touristy?

Re: A few queries

by hmoitta

3) Taconeando

Re: A few queries

by juampix

1) it's a great match to see buddy... don't go to the popular are... go to "platea" its more expensive but you get your own place to sit and its safer... its like 80 argentinian pesos.. like 25 or 30 uss dollars...

2) yes we have tabaco to make your own ciggarets... once you get here i'll show you some places with realy good prices and diferents styles of tabaco...

3) the same with un-tourist tango places... i know alot of tango shows and "milongas" for local people... it's the real tango if you know what i mean...

i usualy offer some free tour with foreing people so anything you need...

keep in touch...

see you later...

Nicolas (netarar@gmail.com)

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

SHE STARTED EVERYTHING

by RafaelTheSecond

Marie Berthe Gardes, she was born in Toulouse, France in 1865; Life in that time was tough in France so her mother decided to immigrate to Venezuela, but in La Guayra, things were not so easy as well, and they decided to go back to FRance, she grew up, and had a son, as a single mother and with no conditions to have a descent life, thanks to the help of her friends she came to Argentina, March 8th, 1893. Gardel was 2 years old when he came here, and they settled in the region of Abasto.

Berta and his son always had a very straight relationship, and thanks to her, the wolrd got one of the most important personality in the planet! There is another story regarding Uruguay, but I would have to spend my whole life to explain this part. But Uruguay was alwats very present in Gardel's life!

Tango Rules!

by TheWanderingCamel

Tango and Buenos Aires - they're inseperable and the city provides the visitor with plenty of opportunities to both watch and to participate. You can choose to pay out big pesos for a tango show, maybe with dinner included, very professional and a spectacle but very much for tourists. You can join the locals at a milonga to watch or to dance (if you're only there to watch, dress down; if dancing is your aim - dress up and wear dancing shoes, sneakers are usless) but be prepared for a very late night. Take some lessons - there are tango classes on offer all over town. Cafes and restaurants often stage a show. You can catch the dancers in the Plaza Doreggo at the Sunday Feria in San Telmo (try to get a spot on the balcony of the rstaurant on the corner of Humberto and Bolivar - they also do their own staged performance).

Personally, I'm happy just to catch the street tango around town. Two or three dancers, a portable stereo and someone with a hat to pass around is all it takes and you have a small show. Different dancers perform outside the main entrance to the Galeria Pacifico on Florida throughout the day (the Galeria holds a milonga in the lower floor food court on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights). Wherever they are, a crowd begins to gather - shoppers, school children, street urchins, deliverymen, tourists - they all take time to cast an eye over the performers. Some are very slick, some are young and rather sweet. If you stop to watch, throw a few pesos in the hat when it comes around before you move on.

Futbol experience in buenos aires

by worldbackpacker

It was the highlight of my Argentinian trip. i knew before hand that passion was a big thing in futbol stadiums but i have never imagined something that powerfull. As i went to a big game i took from a guidebook called Buenos aires day & night that was in my hostel the adress of tangol, a trvel agency that picked me up 2 hours before the game in a vana took me to the River Stadium. it was so full of people all covered in red & white. People standing near me would give me newspaper to cut in pieces to trow away ones the first team get into the field. 70thousends people singing andjumping in therir seats. Emotionl, River wn in the last minute and the people stayed inside the stadium for 30 more minutes celebreting the victory. i took 200 pics and made a few videos too:) this guys are reacheble in their website http:www.tangol.com and there are games most weekends and some week days all over the year. Don't take valuables that can call the attention of a pickpocket. Bife the chorizo, ice creams from freddo and futbol is the must do in Argentina.
I hope you can feel all this music, energy, vibration:) clothes to feel comfortable

Varela normal life

by DPando

Varela doesnt offer so many attractions....actually has several streets in the center closer to the bus and the scary train station with all sort of stalls some trendier some old-fashioned but the most interesting thing is look at the people moving forward and peering the differences among capital people and them ....its so curious ...its not poverty but you see so many differences in little things and their enviroment that nobody take care ...so dirty, so polluted, paying no attention to people and their quality of life.... in a few words thats not the City

wanting to go out!

by bgalloway59 about Mint Lounge

hey guys, i am down here for vacation until the 30th. on friday and saturday, i would love to go out! one place i def wanna go out to is mint, and i heard that place is unreal on a saturday night... so if anyone could email me with some info or some people i could possibly go out with, some seasoned vets of nightclubs around here, that would be great! thanks!

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