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The Park Centenario it's a good place to relaxing.. A lovely place to walk and connect with the nature. I enter to a walk with my family and I loved. I would like to say the car parking needs update, the pavements needs maintenance.... I...More
I love this Park. I used to go to this park to play with my RC Boat. It has three lakes and a plant of space for this activity. Now, I go to it, for one more activity: "Take Good Insect Macro Pictures". It has...More
The first thing we noticed after landing in BA was that getting thru immigration took hardly any time. YEA. Let me mention that since we have proof of reciprocity since 2010, it is pasted in our passport. UA in Denver and Houston did not know what to do with us. Everyone else was waving a piece of paper. Our passports were checked no less than 3 times before the plane left Houston. Ditto for another passenger. Empanadas from NA SERAPIA were as great as ever last Thursday. Yes.....we forgot...More
March 11, 2015|
Nice report touching so many aspects of your first days back in BsAs. So, Welcome Back !
Help locating an address (10 Replies)
I am trying to figure out where a certain address is in terms of neighborhood, centrality, transportation, etc. All I know about it is that it is on Valentin Verasoro, several blocks away from Parque Centenario and the Ced Compeador monument. Does anyone know what neighborhood this street is in? What kind of neighborhood is it? Touristy? Working class? What kind of public transportation is available to / from? Thanks!
February 02, 2007|
Barrio: that would be on the border between Villa Crespo and Caballito, both nice middle class/working class neighborhoods, definitely not touristy. You will be near a few important streets, such as Av. Angel Gallardo, Av. Diaz Velez, Av. Scalabrini Ortiz, Av. San Martin, with lots of busses and taxis (subway lines are NOT close, though). There is a great natural history museum in Parque Centenario. When you get there, you can get a map and pocket guide with bus lines at any newspaper stand...More
Looking for a better map of BA (36 Replies)
I recently purchased on line a Streetwise Buenos Aires map. I thought how neat it will be to carry around this perfectly foldable and famous brand of map. Unfortunately it doesn't show even as far South as Parque Centenario, Parque Rivadavia or the rest of Caballito. Does anybody have a recommendation?
September 20, 2010|
If you can wait until you arrive in BA, then all the tourist offices,hotels,apartment rental companies,etc will give you free of charge the city map which includes all the areas and more. In the meantime,if you use Google map of BA on your computer to reference areas of the city.