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Whenever I think of Argentina I think of the steak. It is probably the best steak I have ever had in my life, and obviously on a cheaper price range than feasting on steak in the US. I would like to come back again just to relive this top culinary experience.
Posted on 01/3/2011 by Dan
Re: Spanish Lessons
I was also taking Spanish lessons in Buenos Aires, whereabouts were you located? The Portenos (people of the port, in my Spanish recollection) are just so friendly, aren't they? Did you make it to Teatro Colon, the Columbus Theatre? I loved it there!
Posted on 03/3/2011 by Yustina
I came to Buenos Aires to learn Spanish for a month and here I fell in love with the culture; the language, the food, the scenery and the people all excelled my expectations. The Capital of Argentina; Buenos Aires radiates personality. Its recent turmoil and constant protests make it an interesting place to be and although not the safest place in the world, I had no trouble and felt relatively protected, probably due to the kind nature of the people I met here.
Posted on 03/2/2011 by C Waiwane
A lesson Learned
Incredible food and a cultural scene to upstage any other city in the world! I love Buenos Aires. The South American spirit is feisty and full of life. I think us Brits could learn a thing or two from them personally.
Posted on 23/2/2012 by Jen Hampstreen
The Centro Cultural La Recoleta is a must-see on a trip to Buenos Aires. There are lots of Art exhibitions, plays, theater performances and workshops to suit all that love the arts. The building it is in was renewed from the cloister patios of the Franciscan monks.
Posted on 2/3/2012 by Jenny