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... is it..You are a tanguera.You have it in you.You put your heart to it.Probably broken heart?yes.I feel it.. conversation above happened with one dancer... Walked home..there is a carneval..police everywhere..safe. Tuesday lesson with Albano..chiros...musicality...loved it. Lekce s Albanem jsou neskutecny-posouva me o centimetr dal..Juchuchu. Afternoon walked around city-ended up in San Thelmo on a wall..watchibg people..coffee..Water.San Thelmo i will miss ...
... 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 ...
... into Argentina's massive capital of Buenos Aires.
The only bus terminal we've seen thus far that comes even close to 'Retiro' in ...
... back Arsenal had a counter attack which led to a banging reader. It was now 3-1 and would stay that way until the whistle blew for the end. We had to leave in haste as to avoid the riot that happens at the end of the came. Our group walked to the bus station and waited there, while we waited ****oo thought it was appropriate to play football in the middle of a main road. So when the lights were red we were kicking the ball about and when it was green we had to scramble to the sidewalk ...
... for the current Pope Francis who is from Argentina.
The square had the same painted white scarves that we saw in Bariloche which are symbols for the mothers who mourn the 30,000 missing citizens who were killed during the terrorism by the military juntas in the 1970's - 1980's.
It is mid-term Election Day so most places are closed and no alcohol will be served until 9:00 PM. Voting is ...