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Other than the beautiful scenery and architecture, our favorite thing about Argentina was the people. We really enjoyed the laid-back, gentle attitude that we found universally. The ethnicity varied continuously from very blond, blue-eyed caucasians to very ethnic looking indigenous people. And unlike Americans, the average person is not overweight. They are a very handsome and healthy looking people.
Argentina is a wonderful country!
... He called, and laughed when I responded as if it were the most natural thing in the world to greet a total stranger in Russian on the streets of South America. I was home. My mind, it's safe to say, was blown. The house was built over 100 years ago for one of the nation's wealthiest families. During the nineteenth century yellow fever epidemic that ravaged the barrio of San Telmo, the wealthy fled for greener pastures, abandoning their houses in a quest ...
... a bit more 'local' by having empanadas to start with. We both decided on a sirloin steak with potatoes and green salad which was both a good cut of meat and expertly cooked to our liking. In this part of the world, it's hard not to choose something other than a dulce de leche based dessert, so when there was dulce de leche ice cream on offer, how could we resist. Although the meal was prepaid, the waiter wasn't shy about letting us know that a tip would be ...
... good BBQ accessory that I haven't seen before. People watched in the ******* Down rain which was great. Love this place. Has French, Italian, Russian, & Brittish Influences here, my favourite City to date. Went to Tango Dinner Show tonight, unbelievable Dancers , shame your not allowed to take photo 's or Video. Dancing with the stars has nothing on the real thing. 12.30, time for ...
Busy day as normality returned to
the city – the litter patrols had lots of catching up to do as the streets were
strewn with shredded paper “confetti” and mountains of other waste.
The queues in the supermarket were