Colorful La Boca, #Buenos Aires, #Argentina @Leticia de Abreu Virguez

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Colorful La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Where the Tango was born. Took Tango lessons and loved the food.

"Tower of Babel," by Marta Minujin, 80-foot, 7-story monument made of 30,000 donated, recycled books, in celebration of Buenos Aires being chosen as the UNESCO 2011 World Book Capital

Book capital of the world? "Tower of Babel," by Marta Minujin, monument made of donated, recycled books, in celebration of Buenos Aires being chosen as the UNESCO 2011 World Book Capital

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

✈˚ ★ See The World Travel Map ♦ *Argentina National Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina*

Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina . Ponte da Mulher...

goalkeeper Sergio Romero on one of Argentina's favourite stops for tourists: "If you’ve been to Argentina as a tourist, you’ll probably know Puerto Madero, one of the best areas currently as it’s a relaxing place to be.

Obelisko, Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina Photographic Print by Peter Adams

Obelisko, Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina

We lived in Buenos Aires 1 years during a medical mission there. Obelisko, Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina Photographic Print by Peter Adams

Tango Buenos Aires Argentina

Tango Buenos Aires Argentina- definitely gonna take a tango lesson while in Buenos Aires!

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Buenos Aires is often called the Paris of South America. From the wide avenues of downtown to the colorful homes and tango clubs of Barrio La Boca, Buenos Aires is a place to savor.

Argentina: Heart art sculpture in Buenos Aires, as seen here in the historic neighborhood of Retiro.

Buenos Aires in Bloom

Wild at heart: Buenos Aires is two cities in one up-and-coming hoods and lovely historic ones such as Retiro.

The Puente de la Mujer (Woman's Bridge), designed by Santiago Calatrava, in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

The Puente de la Mujer (Woman's Bridge), designed by Santiago Calatrava, in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires. This is the neighborhood where all streets are named after women--would be a good one to study as one of the three neighborhoods I think.

My favorate Arbonne product is the Awaken Sea Salt Scrub. Smells heavenly and gives one soft, glowing, healthy skin,

Arbonne Aromassentials Awaken Sea Salt Scrub You will have the softest hands ever! The exfoliating action of this sea salt scrub — enhanced with the Awaken Essential Oil Blend — sloughs away dead surface cells revealing brighter, healthier-looking skin!

Eat Steak - Things to Do in Buenos Aires Mmmmmmm

Things to Do in Buenos Aires - City Guide

Things to do in Buenos Aires - Best places to stay

Things to do in Buenos Aires - Best places to stay

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