fz570628South America Brazil🇧🇷-Argentina🇦🇷The last stop of the tour is Buenos Aires. Before leaving South America, we came to the famous scenic area of the province-Laohuzhou.
Tiger Island is located in the delta formed by the Paraná and Uruguay rivers flowing into the Milky Way in Argentina. It has strict ecological protection and a complete ecosystem. It is known as the "Venice of South America".
We cruised here and watched around Tiger Island. This is a place where wealthy families spend their holidays and leisure here in order to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. There are water sports clubs, handicraft markets, fruit piers, and Xiaoting hotels along the river. There are garden villas built by the rich themselves.
[Scenery] Elegant environment and fresh air.
[Fun] Water sports, leisure viewing
[Value for money] Worth a visit
张克平February 14, 2019, Valentine's Day. In the evening, we came to the Rose Palace again and saw a huge photo of a couple kissing in the middle of the Presidential Palace. Perhaps only the Argentine Presidential Palace will have a portrait of a couple on the facade of the Presidential Palace in the world. It is even more warm and romantic in the sun. , So many tourists stop and take photos. This is an Argentine Presidential Palace located in Plaza de Mayo. The building is pink and solemn and beautiful. It is commonly known as the "Rose Palace". It is a masterpiece of Argentine architect Pridiano Puerendon in 1856. In front of the Rose Palace is the solemn cathedral, built in 1723, containing the tomb of the national hero Saint Martin; in the center of May Square stands a pyramid-shaped monument with a statue of Liberty on the top of the tower, which commemorates 1810 Buenos Aires was built by the people of Buenos Aires for their independence and the May Revolution. On the southeast side of Plaza de Mayo, there is the first subway station of Buenos Aires. The former City Council opposite the Rose Palace is a Spanish-style white building, now the May Revolution History Museum. At the other end of May Avenue is the National Parliament Building, the relief on the wall is very moving.
130***38There is a striking obelisk on the 9th of July Avenue (the widest road in the world) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is made of white marble and is 79 meters high. It was built to commemorate the independence of Argentina.
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.