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... jacket and Dad even managed to find himself something pretty too! We had been told by many people about a place where people meet to tango and where you can also take lessons. It was in an old building which gave it lots of character. It was great watching the lessons take place and then seeing the more advanced dancers strut their stuff after. After one more day exploring the city it was time to say goodbye to Daddy Ford. This time wasn't quite ...
... easy access to all the sites and spent the next 6 days exploring this amazing city.
- Parlemo Soho:
A posh neighbourhood with loads of funky restaurants, bars and boutiques. Backpackers budgets are not ideal in these neighbourhoods but we managed to find a hidden French cafe in a quite garden ... And shared a lemon tart :-)
-San Telmo Sunday Market:
BA is made up of neighbourhoods. One of them being ...
... ages and plenty of open, tree shaded, space for the adults too.
After our long walk in the heat, we quite fancied an ice cream but just our luck, we didn't run into any real ice cream shops, where we could sit down, anywhere between the Plaza and our hotel. As a consolation, we visited the shop across the street from the hotel and found some ice cold cider in their fridge. Along with some chips, it would carry us over until we went out for the evening ...
... the sunrise! Deserted streets, tree-lined, birds making a raucous happily, happy to be walking, exploring, oh my, and we somehow have entered into bourgeoise streets -- beautiful edifices of neocolonial and oh my love art nouveau -- so lovely! balcony's, railings, window reliefs, door adornments, etc. We come to the first of many traffic circles, and still drunk on these sweet experiences -- almost got run over by a bus! Yes, the bus was driving like a motorbike ...
... like things could possibly get intense. We eventually got to the main square we wanted to go through but this was where all the action was happening and where the crowd as all gathering.
There were big screens everywhere and there was a lady on the screen talking about a "Revolution" and everyone was clapping.