Sudamerika Hostel & Suites Centro

Hipolito Yrigoyen 951, Buenos Aires, C1086AAO, Argentina
Sudamerika Hostel & Suites Centro
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Local football river plate and boca

by Emztravel

Does anyone know what lyrics are sang during the matches? Just been to a fantastic match but don't know what was being chanted! Cheers

Re: Local football river plate and boca

by puppis

They change from time to time. They may have to do with a certain situation from the present. I did not look at the game yesterday, but I will ask my son, who certainly did it in TV.

Re: Local football river plate and boca

by Emztravel

Thanks so much for your quick reply! Hopefully your son can help me, thanks again

Emma

Re: Local football river plate and boca

by cassiovieggore

Portuguese and spanish are quite similar.
I have listen the below links and have tried to understand the lyrics.
Impossible to tell you what fans were celebrating in poetry and song. However I am sure some words may not be repeated in audience, but only in personal foolishly talk.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD_DM78TXFk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewJYJAPswW4

The noise is nonsensical and musicalness is closer to heavy metal songs. Drums hinder lyrics. Ask to some argentine friend to translate to you...
Cassiovieggore

Re: Local football river plate and boca

by puppis

My son told me that many of the songs are the same as those you can download from this site:


http://www.alternativaboquense.com.ar/descargas/cantitos.asp

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Someone once said that...

by mickle229

Someone once said that Argentinians are essentially Italians that speak Spanish, but think they're British. After two trips I can say that although they are very influenced by European cultures, their style and their personality as a people are unique. Walking in the park and finding the BIGGEST most impressive type of park-tree I've ever seen. They call them Gomeros, and they are dotted around Buenos Aires, providing shade for everyone!

Be prepared to enjoy

by ComandanteG

Answer should be: it depends. Laws are similar but costumes are different. It seems that you do not speak Spanish and this will limit your movements. In some areas or groups, americans are not well received while other groups will be fascinated with the chance to speak English. Be aware of people (as in all other foreign country you may visit) until you know them.

Youngsters that may consume some drugs may expect different environments.

Travelling is a wonderfull experience, just be prepared to enjoy as much as you can. Being 20 years old is a double chance to enjoy.

While in the US is perhaps rather dificult to foreing people to make friends, this will not be the same here. Welcome!

STARVATION IN ARGENTINA

by RafaelTheSecond

Mariano is famous eigher in Buenos Aires or Rio de Janeiro as a food destroyer...he faces every dish of food as a shark sees the leg of a surfer! It was not different when we had my birthday dinner. It was our dessert time. I must thanks this MAN for great moments lived in Argentina of the many times I came him, he was the one who made me love enven more this country!

September 28th, 2005

BARTOLOME MITRE

by mtncorg

Mitre was one of the leaders in the mid 19th century fight to oust Juan Manuel de Rosas, but he was also concerned about people like Urquiza, his more provincial roots and what effect that might have on BsAs domination over Argentina. He became a leader of the Autonimist Movement and led a separation of BsAs from the rest of the Argentine Confederation, lasting from 1852-1861. Thereafter, Urquiza convinced Mitre of the error of his ways with a victory at Pavon. Forgive and forget, though. Mitre became president of the new Argentina. Just in time to go to war with Paraguay in the disasterous War of the Triple Alliance. Mitre’s glorious equestrian statue has him facing northwards – towards Rosario, Urquiza, Lopez and Paraguay. The grass slopes surrounding are perfect for nearby residents to brown themselves with the warm northern sun. If you want to learn more about Mitre, there is a museum just off the Plaza de Congreso on the south side devoted to this favorite son of BsAs.

La Boca

by acemj about Various

In La Boca you'll find all sorts of shops selling every kind of souvenir you can imagine as well as some interesting antiques and local crafts. If you're looking for some good tango music CDs this is a great place for that as well. Want some merchandise from the city's most famous soccer club? Head over to the Estadio de Boca Juniors, the stadium where La Boca Juniors play and you can get it all (pick me up a poster of Diego Maradona scoring his "hand of God" goal!).

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