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Downtown Buenos Aires

By Brian Rogers | 2 Comments » February 5th, 2008

Despite the sweltering heat, we took the day to wander two neighborhoods, Congreso and Microcentro, where we took in the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires and the historic governmental buildings. Take a walk in B.A. with today’s photos.

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2 Responses to “Downtown Buenos Aires”

  1. Jessica Hornedo Says:

    this website is really awesome you are making me relive most of my below the mexican border adventures…if u end up going to mendoza let me know i have a friend that can take you on a very awesome horse trek.

  2. Ron Miller Says:


    Really enjoying your blog and following your travels vicariously. I have subscribed through Google Reader and check regularly for new posts.

    Sorry to hear about Brian’s illness and your lost wallet, but I guess it’s all part of the travel adventure. You are building a life time of bar stories.

    Wish you a bon voyage and will check back regularly.


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Thushan Amarasiriwardena

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