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... of meeting and enjoying the company of two very great people. Thanks for the memories.
We stopped for lunch near the cemetery. There's a thing about portion size here in BA. Everything they serve you here is enormous. I ordered pasta and Deb ordered a "hamburgese complete" and both arrived our eyes popped. Way too much food. Tonight it's packing night. It's the time where we have to get scientific.
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... that was substituted for me :)0). On our last morning in BA we had a tour of the magnificent Teatro Colon - named for Christopher Columbus. The theater is amazing. It has capacity for 3000 (2500 seats - and standing room 500). It is owned by the city and there are so many different price points for tix that anyone can attend. The theater itself was a huge project and it took 3 different architects to complete as a result of some deaths and disagreements. ...
... it. Not being racist here but those Asians looked like, you know that monkey game how you have to link the monkeys arms together, yeah that. There were about eight of them in a circle eyes closed, yes fully shut, linked arms jumping in a circle. Funny ****. I'm in the centre of the dance floor with my hands in the air like I just don't care and I started to jump till something hard as slammed into my elbow, I'm like argh **** that hurt. I look down and there's this Asian holding ...
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I strongly recommend and officially invite any and all of my friends to plan a visit to Buenos Aires. This city has so much to offer! And if not BsAs, somewhere else in South America or even somewhere closer to home. Just go out and see the world. I know that jobs and limited funding get in the way, but I´m sure you can figure out some sort of trip, and it´s worth it. The world is ...
... our blood). After each set we would all clap and cheer for ourselves like a one year old learning to walk. The show was pretty cool to see but felt a bit commercial. Our final day was a Sunday so we spent this viewing the markets. Our first market was in San Telmo. This is basically a couple km's of downtown streets closed off every Sunday as locals and people from the surrounding areas sell their goods. We enjoyed the atmosphere of just strolling through but ...