Buenos Aires Graffiti Joint

May 14, 2011

Drinking ice cold Havana’s coffee with dulce de leche alfajores 2 times a day, taking the subte instead of the subway, walking the streets of Palermo SoHo and not the streets of SoHo New York, Evita Peron museum, Colon Theater, Muma’s sugary cupcakes, Casa Rosada, walking the streets of palermo Hollywood and hoping to see a famous movie star, Antique market in San Telmo, Brunch in San Telmo and cold beer in Caminito, La Boca. Witnessing the wild crowds coming out of a Futball game after their team won, Bar 6 at Armenia street, stopping at every coffee place or a store in Nicaragua street, streets with names of countries in Latin America. Over looking the city from Palacio Barolo just before the sun goes down, convincing the concierge at the Moreno Hotel to let me take pictures from the private rooftop.
Recoleta. Recoleta cemetery. and Recoleta again the next day. Walking in the area of San Martin and San Nicolas and feels like in Paris, Plaza de Mayo, Libros del Pasaje, best book store in Palermo. Fresh squeeze orange juice almost every day, watching the locals dance Tango and Milonga along the river, hoping there will be a beach, and not just a river, yummy cheese and chocolate at Cucina Paradiso, Helena trendy Bar Resto, crossing the bridge of Puente de la Mujer toward Puerto Madero, 7pm drinks at Faina Hotel (is a must) candle light dinner at Artemisia, kissing a last kiss at the cutest cafe El Ultimo Beso, joining the tour of Graffiti Mundo and see the most beautiful Graffiti wall after I thought I have seen it all. Taking a boat around Tigre, buying a floral summer dress and getting the kick of walking in shorts on February…priceless!

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buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

buenos aires, argentina, Travel, graffiti, polaroids

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