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... waiters were there, bombarding people with menus as they walked through, as people do in New York with tours and things they are trying to sell you. I absolutely LOATHE that. That happened to me at the souvenir shop yesterday, too, and whenever people would follow me around, I just walked out. AH. Finally, I just said whatever and got a tiny Brazilian pizza. And it was awful. So I had a coxinha and then bought a juice and a water. Time for an 8 hour wait. Literally ...
... back at all and will just say whatever they think. At one stage this homeless guy came over to our table and was handing out these coins obviously expecting us to pay him for them. The three of us said "no thanks" but Bart takes one anyway, inspects it and goes "Now the bum is giving us free money. What the ****". He gave us loads of good advice about Colombia and Bolivia and then headed off. We went to bed early again that ...
... and tiring place.
In Buenos Aries, by parents decided that it would be fun to go to a jazz concert. We also planned to see the concert at the famous theater called the "theater colon". The reason that the jazz show was at this popular and famous of a theater, was because one of the most skillful jazz players of all time was playing. His name was Winton Marsalis. His instrument of choice was a trumpet and he played it well. In his band there was one ...
... our hair out, but we are staying miraculously calm.....only to be told 10min later that actually he cannot hand out the 2nd transaction yet, we need to wait 30min before he is authorized to hand out more money to us OR go to the head office. He also gave away at the very end of this process, having watched us struggle with Spanish the whole time that he actually spoke fluent English all along?!? It goes without saying that instead of waiting another 30min we ...
... built by the British and finished in 1894 at a cost of “£121,633 twelve shillings and fourpence” (equivalent today to around £6MM). The heart of the building is a large iron structure with tanks capable of holding millions of litres of fresh water, which served the city of Buenos Aires until as late as 1978. The façade of the building features terracotta vegetable motifs made by the Royal Doulton company! The building still houses water company ...