Beside of the shooting, we had enough time to visit all the interesting places of Buenos Aires. Here a few impressions of the many faces of Buenos Aires:
Casa Rosada – President Cristina’s home; for the
first time ever, it was possible to visit her office, it’s
very nice inside!
San Telmo – the flee market, you will find there
all what your antique hearts longing for ;o)
La Boca – the harbour quarter, where
the first emigrants arrived and lived
what is Buenos Aires without Tango??
Puerto Madero – the new trendy quarter with lots
of restaurants and bars
Avenida 9 de Julio – the world‘ s largest street
Evita Peron’s last place at Recoleta Cemetery –
one of the most interesting cemeteries, you
can see there beautiful mausoleums as well
Estacion Retiro – travelling by train, a must do!
Tigre is a recreation area out of Buenos Aires,
you can buy there mostly artisan goodies, fresh
fruits and vegetables, incence sticks, gaucho hats etc.,
I found there an antique soda bottle for a few pesos ;o)
Despedida – it’s custom to celebrate a farewell
with a delicious barbecue of best steaks!! Auntie
Maria and Joa, my cousins’s husband were
great cooks during the three weeks ;o)