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... 16 million people live in the provincial areas and 3 million in the city... WOW! Within an hour we had arrived at our accommodation. I have never been to accommodation so flash in all my life.... Wow! Some of the group went out for a feed, but being very late already, satisfied from the plane feed and quite tired I stayed back and settled in to the hotel with a warm shower before bed. After all, it was an early rise and a huge day to be had on Tuesday! ...
... healthcare and as part of her package she is entitled to one free plastic surgery procedure every 3 years. Her mum is on a higher more expensve package and she gets 1 free procedure every year! Thatīs why Argentina has one of the highest rates of plastic surgery in the world. We then went to a memorial to commemorate the Jews that died in 2 bombing attaks in Buenos Aires in 1992 and 1994 (the people responsible have never been found and there has been a ...
... old homes as well as ones that were quite contemporary. The village was filled with very hip boutiques, a great little fruit and vegetable market and some very interesting restaurants, as well as other commercial enterprises. There was a supermarket three or four blocks further down where we stocked up on supplies for the next five days.
The next morning, we took a taxi to “Plaza de Constitution”, the ...
... exile. When the family got her back to Argentina they moved her into the family “Duarente" mausoleum in Ricoleta Cemetery. Her body had been embalmed with a special wax to keep it intact longer. In the museum is a death mask from just after she died and one after her body came back. The story of her life was very interesting. Peron would not let doctors tell her she was dying until after she helped ...
... we didn't do or forgot to bring soon vanished from our thoughts. We were on our time now.
Buenos Aires is a big, dirty city. Not as cosmopolitan as what we thought it would be. Here we enjoyed a lot of walking getting to know the city. We saw street markets, tango dancing and museums.
The modern art museum was funny as all the museum attendants we came across were fast asleep. We'd walk past and wake them up. ...