Tesorito Bed & Breakfast
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... and took us to the admissions office. Looking around it was like something out of a film, I saw around 30 males, they seemed to be dressed the same but they wasn't, I think this was just images popping into my head because there was one table outside where a patient was with a therapist and then around 20 men with brushes and mops, sweeping and mopping the outside area, the pool that looked luxurious from afar, was empty and non maintained ...
... with up market shops, Geoff says he will bring his big wallet in case I go on a shopping spree, but happy to just window shop. You had to make a Empanadas in a shape of your choice, Geoff's of course a plane, and mine a kangaroo, but when baked they didn't look much like ...
... made me wonder why people live this city so much. So we caught up with our friend Roxanne (remember we met her in Montevideo) and did the morning free walking tour of Buenos Aires together. It was actually really good. The guide was pleasant and full of enthusiasm. He took us from the Teatro Colon (Columbus theatre) along ave 9 de Julio and into Plaza San Martin. Ave 9 de Julio is a massive avenue that runs through the middle of the city and Argentines claim it is the biggest road ...
... here; they just yabber away a milion miles an hour and then look at you as though you're thick when you don;t understand. And its only going to get worse as we travel on. Just got back from dinner which was delicious despite the fact I had no clue what we were in fact ordering:)))
Whereas ST was strictly working class, Palermo is where the beautiful shiny people live. Its a yuppie dream, full of grassy parks, imposing ...
... As in the cemeteries of Paris, London, and Cordoba Spain that I have visited, there is a the ever-present population of very scraggly looking cats that are cared for by locals.
I always wonder what I would design if I were responsible for starting a family tomb….
Tomorrow is a guided tour of the city...
Happy Birthday Tracy!