Victorian Heritage Bed and Breakfast
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... fashions being boldly advertised everywhere....Linda is suddenly wide awake! The airport is easy to negotiate and allows us to quickly orient ourselves and head to our hotel. Since it is 9:30am, we are hoping that we will be able to check in and grab some sleep. This turns out to be only a hope; we have to wait until 1:30pm before we are able to get into our room.....a most welcoming sight!
And we're back.
Todays resume, wind, wind, tons of wind. Not head on, from the side but still most of the time against it. Hard day, but I made it. Feeling very proud about this trip right now.
Saw a lot of cyclists going the other way, turns out to be a fundraiser ride: Ride to conquer cancer. They ...
... we have photographed. The Old town does seem to be genuinely that – old. Whilst in Toronto Atty had pointed out the Canadian penchant for making things look old so we had been treating buildings with a little suspicion since then.
It was around this time we developed a growing suspicion of the pretty icicles, noticing they were also quite sharp. Whilst we were glad of ...
... d'Armes where we sat on a bench ate our lunch to their lovely music. With a little time to spare we walked up Rue Notre-Dame to the Three Court Houses. The first courthouse was built in 1856 a neo-classic style typical of the first half of the 19th century, the second 1925 version is a return to classic simplicity with an imposing colonnade and the modern one now handles all the cases. The first courthouse till 1970 handled civil issues. Time was marching ...
... part of slaves heritage. We got to meet with several filmmakers in the city as well who explained to us how the artistic community is flourishing there.
Argentina is in my opinion a country with great people but a terrible government. Buenos Aires, where we spent most of our time is a very touristic and pretty city with the likes of Paris. The subway system is also very well organized and a lot of people actually ...