Frommer's Buenos Aires Day by Day (Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket) - Neil Edward Schlecht
Paperback. Pub Date: November 2009 Pages: 192 Publisher: John Wiley Buenos Aires has long been known as one of the world's MOST beautiful SMALL CITIES & TOWNS........ more
Paperback. Pub Date: November 2009 Pages: 192 Publisher: John Wiley Buenos Aires has long been known as one of the world's MOST beautiful SMALL CITIES & TOWNS.. Of BUT in the past it was too expensive for many South American Tourists With the devaluation of the Argentine currency following the country's 2001 financial crisis. suddenly affordable prices and a blossoming of local culture has made the city one of the world's most popular and viant cities. Frommer's Buenos Aires Day by Day will guide readers through this new Buenos Aires. quickly and with an insider's knowledge of the one-of-a-kind experiences that lurk in the city's inviting neighborhoods. The book will be filled with tips and itinerary suggestions. like walking tours of historic San Telmo. the best places for tango lessons. and where to uncover the flourishing Argentine cuisine and fashions. With hundreds of o...
Textura Dos: Buenos Aires Street Art - Guilherme Zauith
Buenos Aires is the second largest city in South America. It should come as no surprise then that it boasts a sprawling and distinctive street art scene that...... more
Buenos Aires is the second largest city in South America. It should come as no surprise then that it boasts a sprawling and distinctive street art scene that reflects the civic pride of the portenos - the word used to refer to the city's citizens - as well as the influences of global graffiti, street art and visual cultures. Textura Dos: Buenos Aires Street Art breaks the city down into neighborhoods, or barrios, providing a stunning visual tour of the city. The authors recount their experiences exploring the featured barrios, meeting the artists and photographing their work. In revealing these visual aspects of Buenos Aires the authors also share their views of Buenos Aires, one of the world's great cities. From the murals of Palermo and San Telmo to the tags, burners and politically charged work of La Boca, the richness of the city's urban art takes shape between the covers of this book. Like the original Textura,Textura Dos also makes available to readers via download files of...
Stateoftheart-uk Beryl Cook Large Black Framed Print / Picture "Tango In SanTelmo" (internal frame size 20" x 16")
CLASSIC STYLE SATIN BLACK FRAME COMPUTER CUT ART MOUNT PROFESSIONALLY REPRODUCED A3 SIZE IMAGE ON LIGHT ART CARD MANUFACTURED BY stateoftheart-uk READY TO HANG,...... more
CLASSIC STYLE SATIN BLACK FRAME COMPUTER CUT ART MOUNT PROFESSIONALLY REPRODUCED A3 SIZE IMAGE ON LIGHT ART CARD MANUFACTURED BY stateoftheart-uk READY TO HANG, Weight: 3.31 lbs., Manufacturer: Stateoftheart-uk
Advantages: Beautiful Disadvantages: you really need a car
...A pretty cove and a beautiful walk near San José Spain
We went on holiday to San José in Almeria Spain this Easter hols. This is a description of one of the best bays/beaches we found and a good coastal walk.
We used the tourist hiking map Capo de Gata-Nijar (1:50.000 same scale as an standard OS map here) which we bought from the tourist information in San José, it comes with an accompanying...
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Review of Almería (Spain)
Advantages: pretty, intimate Disadvantages: not open every day
...The Chapel of San Telmo in Puerto de la Cruz is situated on a steep rock between the sea water swimming pools Lago Martiánez and the Plaza de Europa. If you stroll through the pedestrian precinct beside the sea you?re sure to come to the square where the small fare-free train starts and ends its tour to Loro Parque, the greatest tourist thing on Tenerife.
From there some steps and a ramp lead...
Advantages: The beautiful scenery and restaurants Disadvantages: No clubs for people who like nightlife
...ach. Straight away I changed into a pair of shorts and a t-shirt (until then I was still wearing a heavy overcoat, very embarrassing) and headed back down the hill, only about 300m, to explore this new area.
San Telmo – The cafés and restaurants
There are many shops in San Telmo, a few local restaurants, one ‘Tapas’ bar...