Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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Braved the dwawdling hordes cramming the streets of San
Telmo but quickly far too annoyed by them and disinterested in the offerings on
the hundreds of stalls, so headed off to check out some nearby museums. Prices
too high to make me go into 2 of them and the 3rd didn’t even open
Did see a nice church, hear a tango group and enjoy a sunny
walk so wasn’t a total washout.
The end is nigh, the walrus said! Sitting on aeroplane for first leg of our trip home. Yesterday was spent wandering around Buenos Aries in sunshine. Visited home (well palace really) where Eva Peron lived and saw the balcony she spoke to the masses from. The building is pink and is nicknamed The Barbie house. Missed visiting opera ...
... to the crowd. We were in a seated stand above the standing terraces, so we naturally filtered towards the front and were soon looking over at the guys below us. The terrace definitely had a different vibe to the seated bit we were in and we both agreed we would have rather been in there - but we're sure we wouldn't have been sold tickets in the terraces for no amount of money for our own safety. We probably would have been fine but nobody would want to take the responsibility! ...
... landed. Buenos Aires is no exception. If you've been to China Town in Los Angeles or especially San Francisco, though, the Buenos Aires version will be very disappointing. It was pretty small and not very impressive by comparison.
I spent a significant amount of time in the Recoleta Cemetery. The cemetery was first started in 1732 next to a Catholic church and it later became the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires. It's 14 acres and ...
... is honestly the reason that I am here right now. Thank you, Mrs Pritchard, for assigning me San Martin for that project! Secondly, I found out that there was a man names Antonio Quarracino who was like an Argentinian John Lennon, who showed people how religion should bring people together but does the opposite instead. So when he died, the Jewish people gifted a set of-I don't know, like, documents, papers, something-to the cathedral, and it is the only Jewish thing in ...