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... nearly not let back through. Luckily she saved the day. I'll come back to this shortly.
We arrived in Buenos Aires after an extremely rough flight from Rio. Poor Miriam had me digging my nails into her arm as the plane was flung around in the sky! We had booked an apartment through AirBnB, mainly to save money but also to have a bit more independence. We chose a place in Palermo Hollywood which had a rooftop pool and it was lovely. It was a bit smaller ...
... it was constructed in 1753. It houses the mausoleum with the body of General Jose de San Martin - Father of the Nation. Outside is an eternal flame for the lost soldier.
The Obelisk was erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Buenos Aires. It is made from white stone from Cordoba and stands 67.5 metres. We went into the Gran Café Tortoni for a look, it has exquisite furniture and decor. The Museo Nacional de Belles Artes - Originally the ...
... bus to take the tour. There are several stops which you can get off at but for us there was only two main ones. The first being the cemetery where Eva Peron was buried and then Bocca Juniors football stadium and its surrounding area. The cemetery was a very strange place but well worth the visit. There are many dignitaries that are buried there, and you walk around through alleyways. It is not your typical graveyard as instead of having head stones ...
... The following days by foot we explored, Plaza de Mayo which has Casa Rosada, home to the persidents offices as well as the balconies from where Evita preached, Av 9 de Julio which is the widest street in the world and did some shopping on Florida street.
We visited a craft market on the Sunday and I finally got to by a Mate tea cup. Mate tea is an infusion drank by everyone in Argentina ...
... by foot, most people opt to take the public transport or by bicycle as the cost of the transport is inexpensive. Getting around Buenos Aires Buses and metro connects to various neighborhoods in the city and beyond. You may pay by cash or using the Sube card- a tap and go card similar to that in Singapore and Istanbul. It allows you to save on the trips by using the Sube card; bus cost around 6.50 pesos for a single trip and it would cost half the price with ...