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Our flight from Iguazu arrived in BA around lunchtime and we checked into the incredibly dated but very cheap Hotel Victoria in the heart of San Telmo. We fell in love with BA when we were first here at the beginning of our trip and couldn't wait to get stuck into exploring and sampling the delights that it has to offer. We were also incredibly lucky to have met Annie earlier in our trip who was able to give us inside knowledge of the best places to go that ...
... of very wierd but wonderful things that make up San Telmo market while enjoying the ocassional Street tango or samba drum band. For dinner we treated ourselves to a well recommended steak house called Don Julio. We enjoyed two giant steaks, more sides then we could handle, the best wine we have had so far and just really excellent service. We went to bed jolly and very fat.
We spent the next day exploring ...
... dog lying listlessly by my side.
An unfortunate after note:
Along with stealing your heart, Buenos Aires will also steal your wallet, your camera, your phone, that great book you're half way through reading, your diary, your notebooks, your handbag, and your dignity, leaving you shocked and smelly. Let me explain. Sam and I were on our way out to the San Telmo markets on Sunday. As we were walking to the subway someone threw this horrible smelling green sludge ...
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Friday night was a fairly big one, but was really nice! We went to a neighbourhood (probably the trendiest one in BA) called Palermo... Getting there was a little adventure, including a spat with a taxi driver who was trying to rip us off - I was pleased that I spoke Spanish for that and also that we had a massive 6"5 bloke with us! But ...
While in the Argentinean tourist hotspot of La Boca in Buenos Aires we came across the PROA Foundation for Contemporary Art. A mid-sized gallery in an industrial space: the white walls contrasting with older colonial style pillars.
The Ron Mueck exhibition was fantastic, as was the terrace and chilled cafe area on the roof!
His hyper real figurative sculptures ...