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by FrankD3

First day, we cabbed it to the differents "barrios" concentrating in the "La Boca, San Telmo, Plaza de Mayo, and Il Centro" The next day, we did take a tour to visit the estancias were the food and entertainment was plentiful.

Visited: Dec 03, 2006

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by Isacruise

The city is beautiful!!! The arts and architecture are amazing! Lots to see and do! Good restaurants, good shopping, nice parks! There is so much history there! You need a few days to visit just the main sites. Recoleta Cemetery is a must, the Memorial park for the missing is very touching. The port itself is awful. It’s an industrial port, not made for cruise ships. The traffic in port is terrible! We were stuck in the bus for 45 minutes between the terminal and the ship between trucks carrying containers. You’re not allowed to walk in the port. To embark and disembark the ship, we had to climb a very steep ramp build on a scaffolding.

by LynneC1

We know BA well, so shopping on Rua Florida--the best leather deals ever. And lunch at the Porto de Madeira docks. The best meat in the world--bar none. I believe the restaurant was called Lilas. Unbelievable steaks.

Visited: Jan 20, 2008

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