Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... three churches still in the old Spanish style, Basílica de Santo Domingo, which includes the tomb of Manuel Belgrano in the front, Basílica Menor de San Francisco, in dire need of refurbishment (or 'recycling' as the locals call it) and San Ignacio De Loyola, a Jesuit church that has been beautifully refurbished using money raised in/by the local community. It seems that the weather and time take a toll on the ...
... to get random people to be his or her friend.
We walked back to the park with the craft fair and relaxed on a bench, watching the world go by while Emily slept. There was a guy making huge bubbles much to the delight of some kids who gleefully chased them. Then a cab ride later and back at the hotel, and ready for a big night out which turned out to be at the Argentinian Dennys because every other option ...
... two weeks experienced 3 years ago was only a taster ! So we are not looking to “viviendo la vida loca” ( though admittedly it is hard not to get drawn in – Buenos Aires being the city it is ! ). A good example of the more modest activities we get up to is the free walking tour we took after school of the inner suburb of Recoleta.
Regular readers of our travel blogs may remember the Recoleta as the location of a fantastic craft market and a ...
... was an actual show that night, it probably was not logistically possible! After that we went to cafe tortini and followed einstein's footsteps with lots of serious thinking. We tripadvisored somewhere nearby for dinner and shared some delicious empanadas, beer, and had a tasty chicken dish each for mains. Bread had also been brought our with cheese spread and was very fresh and lovely. Very tired after overnight bus the night before. Early to bed before bike ride around BA ...
"I have one thing that counts, and that is my heart; it burns in my soul, it aches in my flesh, and it ignites my nerves: that is my love for the people and Peron."
- Eva Perón, First Lady of Argentina, Icon
Work in Buenos Aires, as you can imagine, is fun and basically full of visiting clients who are old friends. My friend and boss, Nico, is a local and is beloved by all down here. He's ...
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