Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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As we wondered in the morning - around 9:30-10am there were a lot of closed shops. Not many people out. Late risers. It was a Thursday and a Friday. The same restaurants we saw closed we thought would be open by lunch time. We came back around 2pm and there's plenty of patio seating set up but no one is there. Ok. maybe it's not the right area. But then we hit the core of Palermo viejo at Plaza Armenia and it's got more people but ...
... you are a "tourist" in a city, museum visits are a must, so I have checked out a few of the best in Buenos Aires.
MALBA is a museum right around the corner from me, so I started there. They are currently featuring an exhibit by a famous Argentinian artist, Antonio Berni. Berni used a number of mediums to weave stories around two fictional characters, Juan and Ramona, ...
... the ‘Nutcracker’. Stunning lights – like white flowers opening up to the sunlight.
Found a large bookshop set in an old theatre – café where the stage used to be, books in all the balconies. Anyone could sit on a lounge and read a book – unfortunately they were all in SpanishL
Most of us had been dreading the tango lessons but it was so much fun!! We have now mastered 8 steps; albeit very slowly. This was ...
... Caminito - a beautiful place of wonderfully coloured, old houses with a fantastic atmosphere. I bought my wristband here. We then sat down for lunch at a place that had live Tango shows as you sat an are. Rach got Argentinian steak which loved so much. Afterwards we made our way back to the bus. It was around 4pm now and we were told the last bus leaves around 5.30pm. So we just decided to sit on the bus and ride through the rest of the ~2 1/2 hour trip. beautiful city of contrasts I ...
... the show started at Cafe Tortoni. Three, I was awed by the Tango dancers and singers!
My dance partner and teachers asked me to come back tomorrow for the class. I wish I had a week more, even three months. I don't mind staying longer if I could. Six months and I'd probably be one of the tango performers and my Spanish would be fluent! Yup, I can live here, at least for that long...
I love Buenos Aires!