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7 Cafés para trabajar o estudiar en Buenos Aires - Edición 2017

En el 2015 hice este post sobre 6 cafés para estudiar en Buenos Aires (junto con estos 9 cafés muy lindos para visitar). Después de 2 años vengo a actualizar y agregar la lista de lugares a los cuales se puede ir a disfrutar de un buen café mientras se estudia o trabaja. La oferta a crecido muchísimo y siempre estoy descubriendo algún nuevo lugar! He aquí la lista:

Costa Rica 5901, Buenos Aires

Este es mi favorito porque
abre hasta tarde y tiene mesas
amplias compartidas o solas
con enchufes cerca
para trabajar tranquilo.

Es super grande el lugar y
también ofrecen comida

Thames 1905, Buenos Aires

Es un café librería, es super tránquilo.
El café no es su especialidad
pero tienen muchas opciones. En el
centro tienen un mesa compartida con
techo vidriado que hace que
tengan mucha luz natural.

Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 246, Buenos Aires

Hermoso lugar  al igual que el resto de Le Pain en Buenos Aires.

Lo que más me gusta de este
es que tiene mesas afuera con una vista increíble.

Armenia 1764, Buenos Aires

Super recomendable ir acá en
verano porque justamente es como un
gran patio. Este es el menos amigable
para trabajar porque no tiene muchos
enchufes pero es definitivamente
un lugar distinto al que ir. 

Soler 4499, Buenos Aires

El lugar es chiquito en Palermo, es muy tranquilo y super cálido.  El café es
excelente, lo pueden pedir para llevar también. Tienen
además buenos menús al medio día.

Moreno 818, Buenos Aires
Excelente café hecho por baristas profesionales. De lo mejor por Monserrat, sin embargo el espacio es reducido. 

Suipacha 637, Buenos Aires (ahora hay otro en Marcelo T. de Alvear 790)
Lugar cálido con mesas amplias y muy buen café Una buena opción por microcentro.

La mayoría de las fotos de este post fueron sacadas con el celular!. Para ver más pueden seguirme en Instagram y para estar al tanto de nuevos post en Facebook. ¿Qué lugar en Buenos Aires les gusta a ustedes para ir a trabajar?

How to do a customizable city map poster

Hi Everyone! So I have been seeing this city map around for a while and I really wanted to do one. I started analyzing a bit how they can be done and I came out we a quite easy tutorial for you :)

For my poster I choose the city where I did my exchange (almost two years ago now) 

We are going to use for the map an online tool call Mapbox, is free for what we need, you only need to create an account. After you created an account, we need to go to "create a style"

Here is where you can choose how your map will look like, it can be black and white, it can be in colors, monochrome, with street names, without names, you can customized as much as you want. It has thousand of options. After you finish your style and saved it, you can find them in the Styles tab. Mine is call "White and Black" and if you click on the right buttom next to edit, a menu will come up and you have to choose "Generate static image".

What to see in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay - Travelogue

Last December between Christmas and New Year I went with my family to Colonia, Uruguay.  Is about an hour from Buenos Aires going by boat. We stayed for 3 nights but is a perfect city for one day trip from Buenos Aires or one night. Here are some photos I took in our trip:

The city is super small and incredible charming, is about 300 years old and is used to be a Portuguese colony so it has still all the architecture from that time. Every street is so beautiful with the pavers and flower creepers everywhere. As well as that weather is hardly bad at this time of the year, so is always sunny and enjoyable.

Faro de Colonia, Uruguay

In the center of the city you can see the lighthouse next to the fortress. One thing you can do if you are for one day and want to see explore everything faster is renting a golf car (they have it everywhere) but you have to go early in the morning because they run out of then really fast.

It is full of parrillas as well and cute little coffee shops. This was my first time in Colonia and I couldn't believe the beauty of the city, and that is only one hour away!! (that is what i travel to go to work everyday haha)

How to do a hanging photo frame

So as you can tell from other post, I love paper photos and this is the reason two years ago I started printing them to put in this kind of analog instagram. Today I completed the final line of photos and I decided to share the final look!

The frame is made super easy with 4 stick of wood, two of 1,20 mt and two of 65 cm. Assamble together into a big frame and I made 8 holes in each side, plus 2 more on the top so I can hang it. Them I put a string and voila!

How do I print the photos?

I always loved polaroid photos so I started printing "polaroid like photos" using this template that is made for printing 6 photos of 6,5 x 6,5 cm in a big photo of 15x21cm. That's the method I use for the photos that I took with the cellphone or the camera (which are most of the photos)

However, a year ago I (finally) bought a Fujifilm Mini Instax 8. I must confess is super fun to take photos with the Fujifilm but I barely carry the camera around and I still can't manage to used correctly, I usually end up with photos that are too dark or to exposed (looking forward to make an upgrade on this camera soon!)

 Please lets talk about this damn beautiful copper wire lights that cost less than 3usd in Aliexpress. They are so delicate and warm looking, the use two small batteries so you can put it absolutely everywhere. This was my final touch for this frame

Hope you like it! Do you usually print photos as well?

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