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Pattygonia stayed here on Mar 2, 2012 during their trip titled: Patagonia.
It's been strange to catch a flight and not a bus and even stranger that Myfanwy isn't here with me. We had a minimal amount of sleep in the airport before going our separate ways, from each other and from our fleece blankets which have treated us so well...though I have to say this Copa Airline blanket is much superior to our AirEuropa ones! Our last couple of days in Buenos Aires involved revisiting our favourite areas and going to ...
... world famous Recoleta Cemetery. This completely rivals the Pere Lachaise cemetery I walked through in Paris where Jim Morrison is buried. These mausoleums are far larger and more exquisite made with materials imported from France, Italy and Egypt. We spent quite a bit of time walking through every isle. This is the cemetery where the famous Eva Peron is buried. (Side note- there is ...
... hard life! After the market, we got the subway over
to visit the famous graveyard in Buenos Aires, where all the rich +
famous are buried, including Evita! It has to be the most outragious
graveyard I`ve ever been to. It not made up of you usual graves,
headstones. It was like a little town of dead people, all have their own
house!Check out the pictures, it`ll make more sense! Some of the
coffins were buried, but then some of them were just left ...
... tour was all sold out and there were no other ones that day....so lesson #5 was be at the Colon more than 5 minutes in advance. So we had a couple of hours to kill before our tango show. We spent some time at Exedra a cafe, I had a "small beer glass of sangria" which turned out to be a pitcher with at least five glasses on sangria inside...lesson #6 even the English menus do not provide accurate translation....so ...