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... we had rarely done on the trip). We also had one of our best meals ever at a place called La Cabrera. To say the wine and steak here were incredible would not even do it justice! This surely would be our downfall on our last and final stop.
The 2nd day we went on another free walking tour. Unfortunately the guy we had showing us around was a huge talker and it made it a very intense 3 hr tour. He went into minutia details about the political history of the ...
... passionate tour by our young female guide and we also went to the area where the president sits when he goes to a performance. He sits towards the front so everyone can see him, but he doesn't have the best view because he is too far forward in the house.
We walked back through the shopping areas on our way to the hotel. We decided to have a swim but the pool wasn't particularly inviting so we sat on the deck chairs and had a drink and relaxed for a while.
... in BA, particularly because of the popularity of Evita I guess. You see, Eva Peron has her last condominium there. I think we were all a little surprised that it wasn't over the top. Just a straight 8'x10' model without all the glitz that she had when she was alive. I'm glad that I can say I was there.
So, so many of the mausoleums are over the top. Rows, rows and more rows with each dead guy trying to out due the ...
We had the
morning left in Mendoza before our afternoon flight to Buenos Aires. We really
like the city especially its lovely tree lined streets. We headed to the post
office to post some cards which took over an hour because of the ridiculous
queues. After a coffee in the main pedestrian plaza we headed back to get a
taxi to the airport. We were surprised how far out of town the airport was and
even though we had tried to not get to the airport too early ...
... neighbourhood so we know where to go; we went to the laundry, supermarkets, some restaurants and shops. Everything is within short walking distance which makes it really convenient. We then made our way to a Catholic Church in San Cristobal, Iglesia de la Santa Cruz. The church has a painful history which Hernan told us on our way there. I found a great blog about the history; http://jsmanfredi.wordpress.com/2014/01 /03/la-iglesia-de-santa-cruz/. In the ...