Posts Tagged With: empanada
As we leave Argentina there are so many things we are thankful to have been able to experience and that we know we are going to miss. dulce de leche yerba mate new friends steak Buenos Aires cheek kissing Salta empanadas malbec dog walkers Mendoza asados alfajores Most of all we’ll miss the Argentinian people … Continue reading
After three months in Argentina and less than two weeks in Chile I’m not exactly an expert on either country. But, I’m going to pretend I am and tell you all the differences I’ve seen so far. Wine – the wine is good and cheap in both places. Argentina was all about malbec. Chile is … Continue reading
I’m relieved and happy to report that we really love the city of Salta and plan to stay for awhile. After dragging all our suitcases onto the wrong bus to Salta, I really don’t want to go anywhere else for awhile. Here is my top ten list of what I love about Salta: 1. Beautiful … Continue reading
There are several ways for tourists to see tango in Buenos Aires. 1. on the street in San Telmo and La Boca – We did this and it left us wanting more. 2. Milongas – the real deal tango bars – We didn’t go to one of these and so wish we had. 3. Tourist … Continue reading
Now that we’ve settled in and seen our neighborhood (Palermo), we have been venturing out. First stop, downtown (also called the Microcenter) We took the subway which worked quite well. Paid our fare, got on at a designated stop, got off downtown, saw the sites, crossed the widest street in the world, ate empanadas.