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... of grandeur is hard to comprehend. Next I walked to the neighbourhood of Retiro which was once the wealthiest neighbourhood of Buenos Aires and checked out the Torre Monument and then onto a massive shopping complex called the Galerias Pacifico. It's such a shame I don't like to shop or that I have zero space in my back pack for more clothes, but I still had a peek inside as the building itself is pretty special. It was also a great backup plan if the weather turned ...
... the first time on our last day and gave it a miss. Something to come back for I suppose.
Instead we walked down to Plaza de Mayo in the afternoon and explored the Sunday Telmo market where we purchased some of the finest quality leather goods which Buenos Aires has to offer.
In the evening we were in for a treat as we received a gift voucher for La Cabrera, a fancy steakhouse in the Palermo district which was top class. The ...
... As you can see the works are quite unique.
My energy levels were still flagging so we shared a pizza at the white tablecloth restaurant at the museum ... a lemon, ginger, mint drink did wonders for me:)
By now most of the day had faded away and it was time for a siesta before the evening Tango Show so we walked back through Recoleta to Casa Calma. Yes, each day we walk ...
Threw it down overnight, but despite that, frequent stops and selfish bus mates, did manage a few winks. Got to Mar del Plata at 9.45 am after ***** coffee and alfajor for breakfast – given the weather and bank holiday, decided to skip straight out of town and to BA. Managed, by the skin
of my teeth, to get on a non-stop bus to BA at 10am – ...
... ornate and massive crypts) and had lunch at a restaurant terrace on a park. We contemplated buying the space next to Evita's grave site as it has become available for just over $3 million but decided against it. That evening we went to Fuerza Bruta, a show created in BA, while others took in a tango show. Fuerza Bruta is hard to describe, even after being there. It's essentially a crazy interactive performance art show that takes place all around you. ...