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- Continental Breakfast
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... tombs and shrines holding somewhere between 4 and 25 coffins, most complete with a staircase and some just over the top in terms of size and artistry. From there we went to La Boca, the rough area of town, but with a tourist area that is quite safe and very colourful...looked around, checked out the soccer stadium and headed over to San Telmo where things were a little less touristy and a bit more ...
Despite the neighbours creaking our shared floorboards and
their bathroom fan, managed to get a decent night – needed it as breakfast not
until 8.30am. The breads were properly done so what had previously been tough
tasteless bready squares, when done properly turned out to be fluffy scones.
The Tigre train took over an hour through some nice Northern
neighbourhoods with plenty of Colonial character, much nicer than those ...
... and he dropped me off a couple of kms down the road near the village. He also asked me out to dinner, tried to kiss me and said he loved me...but that is the Argentinian way. They are quite forward! All was ok though and i explore the 2 antique shops and 5 houses that made up the village of Vargues (not to mention the coffee shop was closed after all that so i didn't get my coffee!).
All in all it San Antonio De Areco was a beautiful little town and i really ...
... de Julio ( one of the widest streets in the world).
We then went to Galerias Pacifico, a beautiful modern shopping complex in the centre of the city. Some of the buildings in the city are glorious and still reflect why Buenos Aires used to be called the Paris of the south.
We are amazed at how quickly we have remembered so much of our Spanish and ...
... an after party until 11am sums up a three night weekend that I will never forget. Alongside friends Julien and Olwyn we visited MALBA art museum, Recoleta cemetery, la Bombonera, el Caminito, naval ship museum, antiques market and a tango show(an angry local told olwyn if we are english he wont help us ) I walked around feeling like death looking at congress, obelisk, galleria pacifico shopping mall and casa rosado alongside Flori, a local girl I met on one of the nights ...