Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... Law building was worth a visit so we navigated ourselves in the general direction. You could not miss it and it looks exactly like a law building. Full of ionic columns, all I could imagine was the up and coming of Harvey Spector types walking up and down those stairs.
Due to the fact that it was still so cold we decided to make our way back to the apartment. The subway line we had to take however, was closed for some unknown reason and we ended up ...
... metres and tempi, and played cross-rhythms that were seemingly unrelated to their funky swagger from side to side. I started to wonder what a music curriculum that focuses on preparing young people to spontaneously participate in any musical situation they encounter might look like; a curriculum that sets children up for a lifetime of jamming rhythms, busking harmonies and inventing melodies at any time and in any place... The transient nature of travelling has ...
... rivals (River Platte) in the race for the cup. Finally the whistle blew and the stadium erupted. It was literally quaking. We could feel the vibrations through the cement and felt the cement structure shifting with the weight of the jumping fans. Our guide had a us stick around long enough to see the trophy ceremony. Leaving was a bit sketchy - there was no sense of safety or space. So throngs of people just started shoving through a small porthole of ...
... angriest sounding thunder. We really wanted to go to a professional tango show and found a great deal for a morning trip to El Tigre (30 mins north of BA with some mucho exclusive homes on the banks of the river), an afternoon bus city tour (already been to all the places but why not again?) and finally a three course meal and Tango show at Cafe de Los Angelitos. The weather actually cleared up a little in the morning until we made it to our first stop (the town of San ...
... Italian style warehouse now converted into a cultural centre. An interesting photo
exhibition, tea and cake in the café, then at 5pm a baroque guitar concert – good, but ˝ hour was enough for me and wanted to head back before dark.
Will be glad to leave the hostel, nice as it is, as a number of loud and obnoxious people were taking over the joint – had to hide in my room as unable to read – roll on manana!