Sailing along the Lujan River at El Tigre | Buenos Aires, Argentina | I spent my whole day today visiting the areas of San Telmo, San Isidro and El Tigre in the city of Buenos Aires. A day along the flowing history of the city of Buenos Aires, following the steps of the original Jesuits, [...]
GPS Carlos Melia in Buenos Aires Argentina | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Today I arrived to Buenos Aires, where I will be for the next 3 weeks coordinating and planning a very high profile Gay Wedding. Flew from Rio de Janeiro on Aerolineas Argentinas.Photo above taken during landing over the Rio de la Plata (River of Silver), even more silver than ever. Welcome back to Buenos Aires to you, all my followers. Saludos y Buenas Noches. CM
GPS Carlos Melia at Puerto Madero Buenos Aires | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Back in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as from today and for the next two weeks. This week fully devoted to family and friends, after almost two years of being away. Next week will be reviewing a few properties to share it with you all. This time I am showing you one of my favorite spots in the city of Buenos Aires, which is the Puerto Madero District and the Bridge of the Woman. by internationally renowned architect and designer Santiago Calatrava.
Troy Masters Customer Feedback | New York City, United States | Troy Masters is the Founder and Publisher of Gay City News. My trip to Argentina, Uruguay and the Rio de la Plata region, thanks to Carlos Melia’s outstanding organizational skills, went off without a hitch. We trusted him with everything and relied on him to make sure we saw Buenos Aires as it is meant to be eperienced; he hit all the right notes and we were never disappointed. It was like a well-executed Tango.
Colonia del Sacramento by The New York Times | Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay | As many of you know by reading my regular posts in my blog, Colonia del Sacramento is one of my favorite spots in the world to escape and get away from the hussle and bussle of the city when I am in Argentina. Well, it seems I am not that wrong since on the Sunday Travel section of this week of the The New York Times has been voted and ranked number 31 out of the 41 places recommended and MUST visit during this 2011.