I See Dead People in Buenos Aires

I love cemeteries. I know that sounds strange, but I do. Cemeteries spark my imagination — the lives lived, the history interred.

That said, it is not often that we seek out a graveyard. Usually we stumble upon them hidden away.

Not the case with La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, it should be considered a must-see by any visitor to the CONTINUE READING >> 

I love cemeteries. I know that sounds strange, but I do. Cemeteries spark my imagination — the lives lived, the history interred.

That said, it is not often that we seek out a graveyard. Usually we stumble upon them hidden away.

Not the case with La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, it should be considered a must-see by any visitor to the CONTINUE READING >> 

7 Things Not to Miss in Buenos Aires

Beautiful Buenos Aries, Argentina
Vibrant, colorful Buenos Aires – a city alive with music, dance, history and culture. It was so easy to immerse ourselves; to breathe it in.
Find out our favorite spots… CONTINUE READING > >

Beautiful Buenos Aries, Argentina
Vibrant, colorful Buenos Aires – a city alive with music, dance, history and culture. It was so easy to immerse ourselves; to breathe it in.
Find out our favorite spots… CONTINUE READING > >

Dynamic Districts of Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, like most large urban areas, is actually a collection of varied communities, and as we explored many of them we found each offered unique backgrounds and qualities.

Perhaps no two barrios of the city capture quintessential Buenos Aires better than… CONTINUE READING >>

Buenos Aires, like most large urban areas, is actually a collection of varied communities, and as we explored many of them we found each offered unique backgrounds and qualities.

Perhaps no two barrios of the city capture quintessential Buenos Aires better than… CONTINUE READING >>

Feel The Tradition of La Boca in Buenos Aires

There is some uncertainty as to the origin of the name of the old port area known as La Boca, the obvious explanation would be that the area lies at the mouth, or la boca in Spanish, of the small river Riachuelo.

But the early residents of La Boca came from Genoa, Italy, more specifically the part of … Continue reading “Feel The Tradition of La Boca in Buenos Aires”