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... we walked to the zoo, we declined to enter, as rain was headed our way. Instead, we opted to stroll up the avenue, next to the zoo, where a number of protesters had left their mark: "zoo=jail"; "animals aren't merchandise"; "free the animals"; and the like. Suddenly, I was glad we hadn't gone in. We beat the rain but not by much. It is a welcome relief to the 85 degree day. We'll be heading to the airport tomorrow and are ready to get back ...
... well as some history about the Falklands War. From the statue of San Martin, we walked over to the monument commemorating 649 lives lost in this 74 day war that ended with the Argentine surrender on June 14, 1982, returning the islands to British control. In spite of their surrender, Argentina asserted (and maintains to this day) that the islands are Argentinian territory and, consequently, the Argentine government characterized its military action as the reclamation ...
We woke up pretty late and decided to make a trip to Buquebus terminal to check the tickets and visit Puerto Madero. We took the metro to Plaza de Mayo, the terminating station, Bolivar station on the purple line E. We walked a little around the plaza and walked towards Puerto Madero. Before arriving, you would have seen the high rise modern buildings in the background. We walked across the road, passed the ministry of defense and arrived after a short walk at the harbor. It ...
ingredients for/Italian food are widely available – 8 brands of parmesan, fresh
pasta of 20 types, gnocchi in 5 flavours, even pizza dough in good
supermarkets, polenta, plus Italian restaurants are almost as popular as
... Most tombs are double leveled. After the cemetery we went to a book store which is in an old converted theatre. The stage is used as a coffee shop and the old theatre seating is where all the book shelves are. Buenos Aires has a lot of European influence which plays a large part in it's cuisine, so we went to a quaint pizza restaurant for dinner.
Early start 5am and we're leaving the city and heading to Cordoba.