Discovering Buenos Aires Part 3


La Boca is a neighborhood with an eclectic background is home to the Boca Juniors soccer team and is also known as the birthplace of tango.

The iconic El Caminito is the most colorful street in the city

My husband and I dancing Tango

A scenic walkway in a bohemian atmosfere

Funky paint wall

Palermo is a fashion and design distric really nice and special location.

French Petit Hotel at Palermo Hollywood
http://www.rendezvoushotel.com.ar/principal.php?lang=en

Breakfast time or Cofee break at Almacen OUI OUI, Nicaragua Street

Homemade croissants at Panaderia Bacco, Arevalo Street
J’adore!!!!!

La Joyeria handmade jewelry.        Costa Rica Street, Palermo Viejo

Paper craft Shop

Bartola Restaurant and Cafe, Gurruchapa Street 1795

The Bartola Ladie’s room

Fashion boutiques

Good bye and Good luck

Fashion stores ata Palermo Soho

La Cabrera Parrilla Restaurant, one of the best restautants in Buenos Aires

Deliiiiiiiicious Potatoes

Dinner is served…..Buon appetito!!!!

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