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      • Fernando's Buenos Aires Day
        Café Tortoni • avenida de mayo • casa rosada • cabildo • Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral • la boca • puerto madero • florida street • plaza armenia • La cabrera • mundo bizarro • pacha • I would stay at: palermo soho
      • Open to the public, it's the executive mansion and office of the President.
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      • Erica's Buenos Aires Day
        Buenos Aires Grill • Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Boca Juniors) • Caminito • Brandsen 923 • Casa Rosada • Museo Evita • Barrio de San Telmo • Abuela Goye • Rojo Tango Show • I would stay at: 248 Finisterra Hotel Boutique Buenos Aires
      • Start your day with the best Buenos Aires Breakfast. You have to try Buenos Aires Girll famous cappuccino, medialunas (also known as Croissant), and orange juice. These will give you the right energy to your travel. How much? Nothing more than 20$ pesos (official currency in Argentina) for each person.
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      • Erik's Buenos Aires Day
        Dorrego Café • san telmo • Oui Oui • don julio • sugar • I would stay at: palermo
      • Late night snacks, total tourist bar, but since I'm friends with the owners and always had a great time there, have to rep it!
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      • Samantha's Buenos Aires Day
        Brunch at Oui Oui • Shopping in Palermo Viejo • El Ateneo • La Recoleta Cemetery • More shopping in Recoleta • Dinner at La Cabrera • Drinks at 878 (OchoSieteOcho) • Drinks at Milion • Mondays: La Bomba del Tiempo • Wednesdays: Terrazas del Este • Saturdays: Crobar • I would stay at: Palermo or Recoleta
      • More shopping in Recoleta

      • Recoleta is the Upper East Side of Buenos Aires - the wealthy have put down roots here, and so it's also spotted with great shops. Some of my favorite haunts here include: De Maria on Libertad (shoes), Salsipuedes across the street (clothes), and Humawaca on Posadas (bags). If you miss the mall scene, Patio Bullrich on Posadas is beautiful and has a lot to offer.
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