Had a lovely day learning how to play polo and relaxing at a ranch for the day in Buenos Aires. Worried it would be too hard as had only ever ridden once before, but was amazing! Really chilled day, nice and patient teacher, and amaaaaazing barbecue! Best thing i did in BA I reckon. (Also loved the Malba art gallery, and the beautiful rose gardens in Palermo. Best meal (apart from estancia bbq) was at Don Julio in Palermo.
A shoe store with the trendiest and best made shoes I've ever worn! Models designed after 50s sport shoes. Great colour combinations, and made by hand! The owner told me he sells most of the shoes and sneakers in Denmark and Japan. They have a museum with tons of 40s and 50s sport shoes.
Gurruchaga y Gorriti
Palermo, Buenos Aires
Why, you may ask? Well, the reason is simple.
When Boca clash with River at La Bombonera, the usual fireworks associated with Argentinian football quickly turn to explosions, both metaphorically and non-metaphorically speaking.
Someone once said, "To understand the passion, art and culture of this beautiful city, visit La Bombonera." That person couldn't have been closer to the truth.
Go and see a football match at Boca Juniors. Go on a tour with an travel agency. It's worth it (even if you wouldn't go and watch live football at home) to see the wild enthusiasm of the fans.
Alberto J. Armando Stadium, Brandsen 805, Capital Federal
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