Palermo Hollywood House
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... roof...........and this is unpublishable.... we had great laugh....so much laughter my stomach ached..then talking at the bar...laughing...Empanadas..fernet and coke...and off we went back.. Monday...sad day for Veru.............. I had a lesson with Albano.. we parted in the afternoon..Ceru y Andres went to Montevideo and I went for milonga..Malida milonga..live orchestra.Alejandro.Tears.So many tandas.Danced the whole night. Feel..feel the music.Open ...
... good weather. The name moved from the port to the city.
We then visited the Evita museum run by Eva Peron's family. Her body had been moved several times after her death. It was first housed in the GCI Union Hall that she founded and then with a coup her body was damaged by enemies until Peron got her moved to Milan Italy. She was there for a while and then Peron moved her to Spain where he ...
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We pulled out of the terminal, and watched the sun setting over the last glimpse of Patagonian nothingness that slipped away to night. 15 hours later, ...
... hurl abuse at them telling them how bad they were. The crowd seemed to enjoy it more when the away team played bad to when their team played well. About half way through the second half Boca pulled one back. You would think that the home crowd would be furious but it was if they even noticed. To be honest most of the supports who were going so nuts were barely even watching the game, they were too busy hanging from ropes and chanting to be paying any attention. In response to Bocas ...
After a late breakfast we heft for our "Highlights of Buenos Aires" tour. It was a beautiful day and our guide was Sylvia who is Argentinean but lived in Australia and New Zealand. She has an economics degree from the University of Buenos Aires. We visited the Plaza de Mayo where the Government House is and the home/office of the President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. The Metropolitan Cathedral is the ...