Tesorito Bed & Breakfast
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... for a morning’s work.
We took a walk over to Plaza Naciones Unidas to see the Flower Statue, but it was being repaired. It is an enormous metal structure resembling a flower and it looked like, if it was working, to have opening and closing petals.
The heat and the walk had made us a bit weary so we decided to just go back to the hotel. The walk back did take us past Patio Bullrich, a very expensive mall; we didn’t buy anything, just ...
Today we went to explore the La Boca area and to Jessie's joy it happened to be where the La Bombonera is where Boca Juniors play their home games. We said goodbye to Sam and Emily beforehand this morning who are off to their next destination. The La Boca area is full of small brightly painted buildings and has a market there with lots of different souvenirs etc. ...
... for internal flights) and shared a taxi to our hostel with two other English guys. They were actually booked into the smaller of two Milhouse hostels and we walked the short distance from 'Hipo’ to the larger ‘Avenue', where we would be staying. This allowed us a first glimpse of Buenos Aires in Saturday sunshine as we had to cross over a symbolic road in the centre of the city that is known for being the widest in the world and contains a number of ...
... to the Italian
style warehouse now converted into a cultural centre. An interesting photo
exhibition, tea and cake in the café, then at 5pm a baroque guitar concert –
good but ˝ hour was enough for me and wanted to head back before dark.
Will be glad to leave the hostel, nice as it is, as a number
of loud and obnoxious people were taking over the joint – had to hide in my
room as unable to read – roll on manana!
... stop was the cemetary in Recoleta which isn't as morbid as it may sound. Final resting place of Eva Peron (Duarte) and many other important Argentinians. Amazing to see the ornate & beautiful memorials that people have left behind. Next quick stop was El Ateneo which is a grand old theatre now a book store. Didn't stay long but toilets in here came in handy and it's well worth taking the time for a look. Feeling a little jaded and with a football match to attend in ...