Rodney RA great area for restaurants and walks by the river. On the opposite side is the "new" Buenos Aires with hundreds of luxury highrises. Nice to visit but not to live! Our favorite restaurant is Tratoria Parolacia, especially at lunch time when you can take advantage of the Menu Ejecutivo--quite inexpensive for this upscale establishment. By the wy, the city's most famous steak house, Cabana Las Lilas, is located here.
Rodney RBuenos Aires's main attraction is a cemetary! But what a cemetery! From here you go straight to heaven. It's in Recoleta an easy walk from Casa Ofelia. Take Libertad Street (one block over from Talcahuano) and walk to the end. It's also a nice way to see Recoleta on foot and take in the luxury buildings. For public transport, a bus runs along Parana Street (two blocks from Talcahuano) that goes directly there.
fz570628The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is one of the largest cities in South America and has the widest streets in the world (27 lanes, about 140 meters wide). There are also many attractions such as Plaza de Mayo, Independence Monument (Obelisk), Rose Palace and so on.
Rodney ROne of the world's most renowned Opera Houses. It's a stone's through from my property, and I'm proud to say that we have hosted many of the artists who come to perform here. If you can't make a performance (it's internationally priced so expect at least $100 for a good seat), take the tour!