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... s like a well planned city with avenues that all meet at a central point.
After Recoleta I walked down one of the main avenues to the National Congress building. Everywhere I looked there was amazing architecture and put simply, everything is just so massive - it is unbelievable - like it's on steroids! It blows your mind.
After claiming their independence they built a city that borrows architecture from all over Europe including Greek and Roman and specifically ...
The people here are relatively friendly and full of opinions about Argentina. I have had a few interesting conversation with people here, although most seem a little reluctant to speak freely about politics here. Argentina is currently in the midst of a HUGE political scandal with a federal prosecutor who “committed suicide” the night before he was supposed to testify against the president about some allegedly ...
... warned off the metro..... Been on two walking tours and realise we have only just scratched the surface of this place. Although it isn't very touristy (no major sights or things to do so not much call for English) so some better Spanish knowledge would have made it easier to get ...
... a 3 course meal and a tango and music show which didn’t finish till nearly midnight. Absolutely brilliant!! The dancing was incredibly athletic and sensuous at the same time. And the music was beautiful; particularly a 12 string mini-guitar (a local indigenous instrument that I didn’t get the name of) – it was haunting. The finale "Don’t cry for me Argentina" stirred strong emotions in everyone. Very difficult to sleep after this ...
... video streaming of the Enfield meeting which was greatly appreciated given we have been away now for three weeks or so. It was good to see some brethren and sisters back at the meeting after recent illnesses, and to see Anne, Cilla, Miri and Phebes there.
After the all day meetings of Saturday and Sunday, Monday morning was free for me which allowed us the opportunity to have a bit of a walk around the area in which we were staying. This is the Puerto Madero ...