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... was incredible and we would definitely recommend going to one it you can. We also went to a free classical concert at the famous Theatre Colon, an amazing building and a top pianist. Great that they put on free concerts there! The craziest show/experience that we have been to was also here and on our last night as backpackers. The Fuerza Bruta. Words cannot describe this interactive performance suffice as to say that it is an assault on the ...
... photos of statues, and searching for the controversial Evita Peron memorial. The cemetery left us exhausted, and in need of some refreshment, so we continued wandering around the streets until we found a delicious smoothie to bring us back from the dead.
While Grace was in class, we spent a lot of time planning the next phase of our trip. After emailing several places with the hopes of hearing back ASAP, we waited ...
... one and got up for breakie at 10 am, luckily, it's served till 11am. The breakfast is the usual, eggs if you want to cook them, croissants, bread & jam and tea and coffee, nothing spectacular but they never are in hostels. We finally headed out, after putting in some washing at 11.30. It was a hot day but we decided to do a walking tour of the city. First we started off on Avenida 9 de Julio. This extremely wide road honors Argentina's Independence day ...
... will force you to stop and let them go. One time I looked over my shoulder to see a city bus nipping at my heels trying to turn thru the mass of pedestrians. If you do cross against a light don't doddle. That car that looked a long ways off is trying to make it thru the light you are at so you can bet your ass he will be coming. If he gets remotely close to you there will be a little serenade with the horn as they approach. Pick up the pace amigo!
... Houston who was visiting BA while her husband had business in South America. Manuel had us put on our aprons and jump right into making dough for the traditional empanadas. After the class got rolling, Veronica served us glasses of torrentes. While our dough was setting, Manuel explained what he had done to get the dulce de leche started before we got there since it needed 4 hours on the stove. Then it was time to roll out our dough. Lillian looked like a pro as ...
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