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blocks from where it was in reality and then, when I finally arrived, was
passed from pillar to post. Finally got a helpful guy who told me there were no
records and they deliver the same day everything they get – if there was any
delay it would be at customs. He telephoned my delivery guy but he didn’t
remember a package from England but suggested I try the local commercial office
where undelivered items are returned for collection.
... Russia, etc. etc. Part of them are here for the world cup and they wanted to travel a bit before landing in Brazil.
So I'm not the only crazy one who thought that... love the feeling, random people with a common plan and massive expectations. Some are sure to come back World Champions, some others want to go there just for the party. Some other for both. Looking at the Italian team...mmm I think I will mainly party. PS: Argentinian people are ...
... was to be the next stop with its ornately carved alter. This is where the current Pope held mass before he was elected to the Vatican!!
Buenos Aires (means good air) and the Spanish laid it out in a chequerboard pattern like Santiago and Valparaiso, so one can find one’s way with ease. The subway system is the oldest in Latin America and helps to avoid traffic jams above ground. The locals believe their women are the most attractive in the ...
... not exaggerating. It looked like a few sororities had just finished a pillow fight bc there were feathers EVERYWHERE!! Matt tried to chase and pickup the geese haha. The roses were really lovely though-so many different varieties. Afterwards we came back and got ready for the tango show. A van picked us up from the hotel and we met a couple on there from Austin that was also on their honeymoon-small world! ...
We've moved now to the pretty neighbourhood of Racoleta in the northern part of Buenos Aires. It is more residential than San Telmo where we have been staying the last few days, and more well-off. You can tell because the dogs people walk here are mini-poodles and have little coats on, as opposed to the naked medium sized cross-breeds you see in San Telmo. The main attraction here is the cemetery, which ...