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... the 20th century, the powers imagined a 'Paris of the South' with French chateaux and tree lined boulevards. As times and fashions changed, new buildings were built to mimic other styles, more recently with modern influence. The result today is a city where you have relatively modern buildings of all different styles, shapes and sizes, side by side, reflecting many bygone eras.
3.5 hours later, with achy feet and just 45 minutes until the start of the afternoon tour, ...
Woke to a windy, cloudy day. Very little is open today being New Year's Day. We walked along one of the main boulevards and there was hardly a car in sight. So quiet.
We were not sure quite what to do so we wandered around and came across the one tourist attraction that was open - Recoleta Cemetery, which is very old (started in 1822) and contains streets and streets ...
Well today was our last full day here in Buenos Aires. Another gorgeous day. Bright sunny skies with warm temperatures. We really feel that we've settled in quite nicely here in the "Paris of the South". We've got a lay of the land, we can come and go pretty easy now either by walking or by transit if the need arises.
We hooked up with V&K early today and headed out to the Recoletta Cemetery. It's a big tourist ...
... to sleep on the tables in the airport dining room.
I know my blog has taken off when people begin to suggest photos and make other contributions. Here's one from Terry Lurtz:
Murray had a little band
Whose hair was white as snow
And everywhere that Murray went
The band was sure to go.
We followed him to town one day
And found there was no flight
So back to Hotel Llao Llao
Where we did spend the night.
... update on the whole cruzification story of dear Jesus but also fun time with the family and kids as well as a typical Argentinian assado (BBQ). My Spanish was improving and so was my housing situation after that week. I moved in with two lovely women in a beautiful rebuild apartment with roof top terrace in Palermo. One of the loveliest parts of Buenos Aires with loads of nice little shops and restaurants around AND of course tango:) I would visit the family often though, to cook and ...