A Photographic Look At My Adventures In Buenos Aires, Argentina

March 16, 2014

Even though I have been to Buenos Aires, Argentina nearly twenty times now, I am still continuously discovering something new about it and I always leave wanting to return for more.  It has taken me nine years, but I finally realized that the Paris of the South is my “city soulmate” — there are ups and downs in our relationship, however at the end of the day I love her with all of my heart.  On my most recent trip, my husband, my brother, and I stayed for two weeks over New Year’s Eve in an apartment in Puerto Madero.  This was an extra special visit, as we were meeting our precious niece, Angelita, for the first time.  The following are photos from our adventures in the true city that never sleeps. . .

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina

48 thoughts on “A Photographic Look At My Adventures In Buenos Aires, Argentina

  1. Katie @ Domestiphobia

    There are SO many incredible photos, here! I think the lantern one is my favorite. Next time you go, can you please steal those doors for me so I can put them in my place? They won’t exactly fit my 1957 “old people” ranch, but I’ll take them with me wherever we move, until eventually I find or build a house that fits them. 😉

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    1. Andi Perullo de Ledesma Post author

      Hahaha I will try my best to fit them in my luggage!!! I’ll have to squeeze them in with all of the dulce de leche that I always bring back. So delighted that you like my photos, means the world to me!

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  2. Dena Barrie

    My husband and I went to Argentina for our 15th wedding anniversary…5 years ago now and your photos just took me back. BA has to be one of my favorite cities. The people, the food and the atmosphere make it amazing. Thanks so much for taking me down memory lane!

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  3. Leigh Shulman

    Lovely photos, Andi! It’s also fun to see what was happening on the other side of the country over Christmas and New Years while we were celebrating over here. Besitos!

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  4. Jessica (Coco/Mingo)

    wow! 20 times to Argentina?! That’s incredible, and you’re so fortunate to be able to travel so much! I think it would be hard for me to stay away too – from the looks of your photos, it looks like an absolutely gorgeous country! I’ve always wanted to visit! Thank you for sharing, dear!

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  5. Rachel

    They say that love is sweeter the second time around.. I’d say that that’s mostly applicable to traveling. If you visited a place and liked it, you’d long for visiting it again and again until you get to know the place better. Though like in relationships there are downsides, you’d also have bad experiences in the places you like; people, bad restaurants/food, bad weather and what not, but these traits are what these places are made of.
    You’d learn to love those bad traits too.. and you’d feel like your relationship with that place you love is growing. ooh much LOVE. 🙂 And I love your photos, they’re awesome.

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  6. Krista

    Absolutely wonderful!! I’m so glad you were able to go back with the people you love so dearly and welcome your newest family member into the world. 🙂 What a precious experience. 🙂 xo

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  7. theblondetravels

    These shots are stunning! Did you have the chance to check out any polo while you were there? Hoping to make it down there for the Argentine open in December- it looks amazing!

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