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... meal. Most of the population is of Italian heritage and you can't walk a block without seeing five pasta or pizza shops.
I experienced our first robbery. It happened on the bus and two guys stole Eli's back pack.
we visited a Beatles museum. The owner holds the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest collection of Beatles memorabilia with over 7,700 Beatles items on display.
we learned a lot about the horrible time in Argentinian history that ...
... with us. The best excuse to sit down and have a coffee is when it is too wet to be outside. We found this great little (actually wasn't that little) place to sit and have a cafe con crema and frappucino with a massive brownie. Really nice atmosphere with the wood floors, big leather seats, rustic industrial interior. A bit of time there to dry off and enjoy the atmosphere before heading back out. Our next mission.... to find a new umbrella. On the ...
... two gallery floors and it was clearly a real crowd-pleaser. The touring exhibition had come from Paris and is apparently a rare event so I was more than happy to pay just £1.50 to see it. My favourite work was a new sculpture, Couple Under an Umbrella, 2013. It was a surprise to round the corner and discover the two HUGE figures sat together on the floor. Mueck's observations ...
... scene for what I’m sure we will experience later on in
our journey. In bed about 1.00am, an early night for BA residents but a later
one for us seeming I hadn’t slept in about 30 hours proceeding a week of
ridiculously busy work.
The result is that we slept for 16 hours on the first night
all through the next day courtesy of Emily’s sleeping pills to 4 pm in the
afternoon, great first day. Eye mask and ...
Today we took the tourist bus around BA. Sounds a bit cheesy but you get to see a lot of a city in a very short space of time.
We got the Subte (tube) to Catedral, the centre of BA. It was quick, clean and cheap.
It seemed Like mayhem when we emerged from Catedral subway, there were buskers, well-person campaign tents, money changers plus tourists ...