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Myths, Legends & Cafes of Buenos Aires

Once again in Buenos Aires, city where I was born and left, many years ago, searching for new challenges and adventures. My family still lives in this beautiful city, reason why I visit at least three times a year. Every visit to me is a new discovery, always looking to learn more about it and to find new interesting things to share with all my followers and passengers. This time, expert guide Victoria Lustig, came my way and willing to work with me, she offer to take me around, to see a different side of it. My first reaction was, well what can she show me that I have not seen yet. I was right, she didn’t show me much I haven’t seen before, BUT she made me understand things and see others I have never noticed for luck of attention or knowledge. Travel should always be and “Experience” and a “Life Changing Moment”, and this tour gave me that.

Together we customized the itinerary, prior to my arrival to Argentina, via email. She asked me …” Carlos, what do you want to see…” and I replied …” I want to learn about the myths and legends of Buenos Aires. I want to seat at a Cafe among the elders and learn from their stories…”. So we did. !!! I will only share some bits of it, since I do not want to spoil the WOW Factor of this tour, which it is filled with secrets, myths and legends of the so called “Paris of the South”.

National Congress, one of the best examples of Eclectic Architecture, by italian architect Vittorio Meano. Over Avenida de Mayo, looking straight to the Casa Rosada, located at the opposite end of the same avenue. Read the full post at www.carlosmeliablog.com


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Carlos Melia is a Travel Expert, Luxury Travel Blogger and Curator, Niche Marketing Consultant, Jetsetter, and Bon Vivant, who travels around the world discovering what’s new and cool in Luxury Travel and Hospitality. His reviews on hotels, restaurants, destinations, and attractions, based on his own experiences can be found at www.carlosmeliablog.comCarlos Melia, was never stranger to the international media. Well known and respected among members of the International Travel and Hospitality Industry. Over 20 years of experience, a Bachelors Degree on Hotel & Restaurant Management, and a globetrotter childhood being raised around the world, set him on a path to become a pioneer into gay travel to South America.Nowadays, Carlos Melia lives in New York City, United States. He has become a referent of Luxury Travel, Wedding Planning, Blogging and Social Media, working in synergy with the leading mainstream travel and hospitality groups.His philosophy of life, which has molded his past, present and future, away from the classic stereotypes and cliches, is and has always been …” My native tongue might be Gay, but I am fluent in Straight… so everyone is welcomed…”Carlos has become a referent and is considered among one of the world’s most popular travel bloggers. He has been an independent Travel Agent for more than 20 years and travels all over the world curating the world of luxury travel & lifestyle by experience.



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