Salomé was born in Mendoza, Argentina, and moved to Buenos Aires at the age of eighteen to become a professional actress and English translator. She later studied and worked in California, Madrid, and London, where she also taught Spanish, but ultimately moved back to Buenos Aires to develop her acting career in theater, TV, and film. Besides languages and acting, she also has a passion for Argentine social culture, such as the art of dining and Tango. Salome loves helping visitors learn about her adopted city's culture and its diversity, in addition to showing them an insider's view of its cafés, restaurants, theaters, and Tango bars.
Kevin first visited Buenos Aires during a study-abroad program in college, and, after completing his degree in global studies and Spanish at the University of California: Santa Barbara, he returned to live in the Argentine city. Upon arriving in his new home, he began exploring the city's vibrant emerging arts as the managing editor of bilingual culture website Whats Up Buenos Aires. Currently he runs <a href="http://masamakestacos.com/">MASA</a>, where he organizes a weekly supper club from his home and regular pop-ups with restaurants around Buenos Aires. He is also the restaurant columnist for Buenos Aires-based English news media <a href="http://www.thebubble.com/category/featured/the-clean-plate/">The Bubble</a>. His writing has also appeared in Munchies, The New Worlder and Savoteur.
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AMIA Jewish cultural center, Synagogue Gran Templo Paso, and Synagogue Templo Libertad
Congresso Square, Palacio Barolo, Teatro Colón, Retiro Neighborhood, and Plaza San Martin
Puerto Madero, Plaza de Mayo, The Pink House, and San Telmo Neighborhood