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... the city. Most of the buildings here are old and beautiful. With so much history! It seemed like every building we drove past was built by some famous architect who came over from France or somewhere in Europe. And almost all the buildings at some point were a building for some important government official or something or other. Clearly I retained a lot of information. Lol. We did hop off at one area called Puerto Madero which is on the river. We were starving and there were a ...
Once we finally got to the cemetery following a refreshment and meat break, we were not disappointed. As far as cemeteries go, this was the most impressive cemetery we have seen. Although we don’t know any of the names there are many famous Argentinians buried there including some Nobel prize winners. And all have massive tombs decorated by statues, some size of a small bungalow. Femi says they must have competed about who get most angels.
... Cemetery. It is filled with huge
tombs and Eva Peron is buried there (an iconic figure in Argentina, her image seen
throughout B.A….and she never said or sang “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”.) The
heat was excruciating!
We drove past statues of
Gabriela Sabatini and Guillermo Vilas and then stopped for lunch at an Argentinian
buffet. You could go up to the grill and ask for ribs, steaks, ...
... dead after a 19hr bus journey however this cemetery was surreal, built over 200 years ago it spans several hectares with over 4,000 above ground vaults containing the last resting places of many notable folk, including Eva Peron, Napolean’s grand-daughter and many past Argentinian presidents, all right smack bang in the centre of BA. After leaving there Tam found a hair stylist to get the 'salt out of her pepper’ and booked an appointment for the next day, then ...
... materials such as Italian marble, to personalize the sites. The highlight was stopping at the grave of the iconic Eva Perón, given the title of the "spiritual leader of Argentina," by the Argentine Congress. Her birthday had been May 7th, the day prior to our visit, and her grave was covered with flowers from her many admirers.
Finally, right next to the cemetery was the Museo de Ciencias Interactivo. We all enjoyed our time spent there, messing around with the exhibits ...