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... took her to the local cinema to watch the much anticipated 50 shades of grey, she wore a grey jumper. I didn't know if this had any significance. We hope tomorrow will bring a close to Cardgate and thus our stay in Buenos Aires. Our plan is to begin travelling South towards Patagonia. On a separate note Rach criticised me the other day for using the term equidistant. She deemed it too formal for normal conversation. Is it? Love to all Harri & Rach ...
... a hotel there that is inside the wheat storage silos and it is a 6 star hotel with Turkish baths and Incan architecture. We chose to be dropped off in Florida Avenue - this is a shopping mall and we headed to the famous Galerias Pacifico to get some lunch and have a look at the shops. We wandered down the Avenue towards our hotel browsing through the shops as we went.
We have our Tango class and dinner show tonight. We were picked up at 18.50 and taken to the venue. There ...
Flew over the Andes again – just as stunning – on way to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Eva Peron dominates so much of this city. The main square, Plaza del Mayo, is dominated by the La Casa Rosada, 'the Pink Palace', office to the President of Argentina. A light is left burning in an open window on the balcony from which she made her famous speech to the people. Her body is buried in the Recoleta Cemetery. A cemetery with a strong Italian feel ...
We woke up early (8am) and paid for breakfast (which was not included in hotel price). Breakfast was legit though! Fruta ensalada, cornflakes, yoghurt, té, pan and crossaints! After breakfast, we gave the Hotel our laundry to do. Then taking the receptionists advise, we caught the subway the Cathedral. The subways are efficient but not as lovely as the one in Chile and in no way has anything on Singapore. However there was an exceptional piece of eye candy on the subway that me and ...
... compared to the street stalls. Of course.
What can I say? Stepping out of the subway station, I quickly scanned the place, gave it a bit of a chance: I walked only a few meters and decided, no the place really has no appeal for me. Skipped it. Skipped the botanical garden. Skipped the zoo. Skipped the Planetaria. Skipped the Japanese Garden. Skipped all of it, and I didn't feel any guilt.