NH 9 de Julio

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Cerrito 154, Buenos Aires, 5010, Argentina
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Forum Posts

Shopping for Vintage and Antique Purses

by phoenix_dog

Hello! We are coming to BA in October, and I would like to locate some vintage and antique purses while we're there. I have ALL the guidebooks, so I've noted the vintage clothing and accessories stores listed there. Do any of you have any favorites or suggestions? I'd even take an introduction to a grandmother with a trunk full of purses in her attic! An eBay seller suggested El Buen Orden at Defensa 894, but I have a feeling that may be a little too expensive for me, judging from the prices charged by the eBay seller. Thanks!

Re: Shopping for Vintage and Antique Purses

by sunseeker28

You may be able to pick up some bargains at the San Telmo Flea Market.
If not it is still a haven of vintage goodies!

Re: Shopping for Vintage and Antique Purses

by laandante

Hola...I saw your add. about Vintage in Buenos Aires.
You coud try "Hoy como Ayer" Vintage Boutique....
The adress is Thames 1925 ( between Soler and Nicaragua )Palermo Soho...
You will find all kind of Vintage...prices are variable,from 30 pesos to 300 pesos. And is a cool little shop.
www.hoycomoayervintage.com
Good Luck.

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

The National Congress

by pili

This palace was built by the Italian architect Victor Meano in 1906, and it covers 9,000 mt2.
It is the seat of the country´s Legislative Power, consisting of one Chamber of Senators and another of Deputies. Its most remarkable element is the great dome emerging from the center of the building, which is illuminated at night. Inside the building the most outstanding features are the semi-circular room housing the Deputies Chamber, the library and the “Room of the lost steps”, with its sumptuous decoration.-

Tango

by Maggies

Tango is extremly sensual, emotional and very dynamic too... and it's incredibly difficult. When you watch tango dancers you get hypnotized, at least I do. It's beautiful.
It originated in the late 19th century's brothels and cabarets. As immigrants from Europe and Africa streamed into the outskirts of Buenos Aires many were drawn toward the port city's houses of ill repute. It's said that prostitutes were the only women accepting such dance these times. Tango became absorbed into the larger society after the lower classes were allowed to vote (1912), what legitimized many of their "behaviours". Soon, it bacame very popular not only in Argentina but also in Europe.
It had its good and bad times throughout the century and today again the tango is enjoying a renaissance of popularity.

River Plate Football Match

by lkdahl

I used the services of GoFootball. They came to my apartment to pick me up and then took me to the River Plate stadium.

The River Plate stadium is a large, coliseum type stadium. There is a football patch with a running track surrounding it. We we seated on the reserved seat section on the second deck.

Almost the entire home side of the stadium was completely packed. The "hooligans" are standing in the sections behind the goals. They are singing and waving flags the enire game.

After the game we were wisked away in vans that were park pretty much right outside the stadium.

The total cost for this game was $100 peso. If you are going to a River Plate game, either wear neutral colors or a River Plate shirt.

THE VENDORS

by RafaelTheSecond about PLAZA DE MAYO SQUARE

Not only protests you can find in this square, not only mothers protesting for their missed sons, you can find lots of pigeons and vendors selling cool souvenirs of Argentina, lots of flags and pins, I love all those stuffs, so Steve and I made a real party. This is Steve just watching....I bought some flags! :)

You can notice the Cathedral just in the background of the photo!
Sep 15th, 2005 Many things, specially pins, flags and paintings. With 10 dollars you can buy something nice!

ARGENTINE ART AND MUSIC

by Orkaena about LA ESTANCIA

La Estancia is a famous restaurante, but on the first story every fridays and saturdays from 21:30 hs (9 pm) they offer a good show of tango and argentine folklore.
The place is a comfy room decorated "all uso nostro", some of the artists are famous professionals and someothers are new talents looking for his place in this universe of the music and dances.
At all, traditional dances, tango and singers, perfect to know somethings about us with a glass of an excellent glass of red wine Nothing special, but try to avoid hawaian style clothes ;-D) so, be a bit formal.

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