C'Chic Hotel Boutique
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... br> Long before arriving in Buenos Aires, we had reached out to the local YPO chapter to see if we could meet a family with kids of similar ages as ours during our stay. In true YPO fashion, we were connected with a wonderful family that invited us to dinner at their home on our last night in Buenos Aires. We were welcomed by Esteban, who runs the Central American division of Intel, and his beautiful wife Marina. We were all greeted with a traditional ...
... and they also warned me NOT to carry a purse/bag. Not even the special travel bag I use that has a lock on the zipper and a steel wired strap. During our walk, John acquired a new Swiss Army knife and some music CD's of typical music. There was a live group playing on Florida street and we bought their CD and later on another CD in a store. We walked to the Plaza de Mayo where on Thursdays the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo human rights group have convened to march ...
... park in the centre of Buenos Aires
Presumably not wishing to further damage the myth, the museum makes no mention at all of Evita’s “rebirth” on world stages and the silver screen….
Interestingly though, the Presidential Palace, the Casa Rosada on the Plaza de Mayo, still has as one of its highlights, the Salon Eva Peron complete with the desk she “worked” at and one of her dresses in a show case. The Casa Rosada ...
... felt very worthwhile, gave me an idea of the effort that goes in to projects like this around the world, and was another good chance to improve my Spanish. I started out with the intention to go twice a week (it was on the very edge of town, so I got to see some parts of the city that many people don't get to see, but the journey was very long & exhausting) but, if I'm honest, that dropped back to once every two weeks by the time we left Buenos ...
... After taking our fill of Chinatown, we were back on the bus: next stop Recoletta. In recolette we visited the Recoletta cemetry. The city's only public cemetery - its considered one of the largest necropolises. It was certainly a sight - a morbid one at that. The cemetery was divided into streets. And each grave had I guess its own little "plot". A shrine/religous/house/crypt looking structure. All were varied degrees of amazing. They did tours here - ...