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... an apparently beautiful park. Exhausted though so didn't have energy to explore to fullest capacity. Warning to the wise, they aren't that fond of looking after the pavements around here so be careful when walking. There is also apparently no poop scoop laws which just makes it more entertaining. More about the hotel ...
... to traffic lanes).
From the central reservation of the avenue, we looked towards the southern end where one of the two buildings exempted from demolition during the widening of the road stood. The large, white, quite ugly building is the TV and radio station where Evita used to make broadcasts from. A large image, on the outside of the building, of Evita talking into a microphone has been confused by some as being a man eating a sandwich (it’s possible to see it that ...
... cambio' they call on the street, showing that they offer the exchange. The US dollar holds a consistent value, but the peso is falling in value all the time and the Argentinians want to save their money in dollars so that it has worth. We heard many stories and realities about the situation and morally were unsure of what to do. Although it enables them to save, they also then sell the dollars on for more and they can make a living of it like that.
So we have stayed in the centre of ...
... to see.
I know that many Americans think that soccer is a boring game but I don't know how you could watch these games and not appreciate how difficult this game is and the lack of scoring is what makes it exciting. Beats the hell out of the borefest known as the Seattle and Denver Superbowl!!!!
Congratulations to the Argentinian Team and their fanaticos for the class and passion that they exhibited.
... place to place. We went to 2 wineries, an olive oil and liqueur place, and a brewery. All so good but we wanted to go to more but the day just got away from us. We met a couple of cool Kiwi guys doing the same thing and we hung out at the brewery and went to a winery together and had a bit of a chat. It was an awesome day and I'm definitely really getting a taste for wine now too! Being so close to the Andes we had to do some sort of trip to them ...