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456-Meat – Buenos Aires, Argentina

This is the way meat should be cooked. On our last night in Buenos Aires, we had the steaks of our lives. The largest slabs of meat I have ever seen. And we ate it all. Scott (I’ve already eaten [...]

February 9, 2011 Argentina

455-La Boca – Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Boca means “the mouth” and is a neighborhood in Buenos Aires at the mouth of the river. It was the section of the city where new immigrants first stayed crammed many into small rooms. Since it originally was a [...]

February 9, 2011 Argentina

455-Historical Places – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Here are some of the historical places in Buenos Aires. National Cathedral. Secretariat of Communication. The Obelisk in the middle of the largest avenue in the world is the main focus of Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires. The obelisk was built [...]

February 9, 2011 Argentina

454-Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires is a large, clean and, fun city with a population of about 13 million. I really enjoyed Buenos Aires. The city is generally a safe place with hard working good spirited people. As you can see from the [...]

February 9, 2011 Argentina

453-Textures of Argentina

As we flew into Argentina I took these shots of some of the varying landscapes that appeared from the plane. It was a little hazy so the photos are a little thin. [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina

450-Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Iguazu Falls is rates as one of the natural wonders of the world. It met all expectations. The falls were one of the most amazing natural events I have seen. I have been to Niagara Falls, and they pale to [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina

449-Travel Dick – Iguaza, Argentina

I don’t know what this travel company did but I’m not going to pick up the soap in this shower on one of their trips.   [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina

448-Iguazu City – Argentina

Iguazu is a quaint little South American town right out of Central Casting. Good food, many shops, local entertainment, and relatively quiet. With the exchange rate of 3.45 pesos to a dollar, Americans were rich in this town. [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina

446-Crazy Car – Iguaza, Argentina

I love a car with a really good emergency exit. Look Ma, not seat belt. [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina

445-Falls Boat Ride – Iguaza, Argentina

The highlight of the trip was the boat ride into the Iguazu Falls. We ventured upriver and visited both sides of the falls. Each time the boat took us up to the falls and then would backup and power INTO [...]

January 10, 2011 Argentina