Buildings. I like them . I was alone but I was able to enjoy the city. With a bottle of water , walking around I felt it interesting. Excellent weather. This time of the year not cold at all.
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This was quite a contrast to Downtown....even the kiosks are clean and neat. The buildings are amazing and you can almost imagine what life must have been like for the rich: no wonder there was so much anger and the Perone could rally the masses!...More
Not familiar with Argentina history, I visited the Recoleta cemetery to pay tribute to Evita. She was together with her her father and her family. For some reason, her husband - Peron was not with her and remains a question!
Recoleta is the centre of Buenos Aires - you can see the city's entire history here, from the present day to the beginning, and you can do it easily while walking. One thing that particularly struck me was the profession of dog walkers - there...More
The Cemitorio de la Recoleta is a well trodden path if only for the Eva Person tomb. She is in the tomb named Duarte, a name she lived as a lie in life and continues in death.
This neighborhood reminds Argentina golden age with it's beautiful buildings. You can walk and relax in the streets and enjoy a very good atmosphere of this area.
The Recoleta neighborhood of Buenos Aires reminds me of Europe in many ways. Architecture is very European and there is everything from great coffee shops and cafes to more dressy restaurants and bars. Recoleta is also the home to many of Buenos Aires nicest luxury...More