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Today we visited "Estancia Los Patricios," a ranch in Areco, outside of Buenos Aires. We were greeted at the road into the ranch by four gauchos on horseback, and a sheep dog. Three of the gauchos were carrying flags of the nations representing the nationalities present: the USA, Mexico (Chery) and Argentina. All the gauchos wore Basque style caps …
We traveled today to Recoleta Cemetery, a compacted miniature city of the dead of the former elite of Buenos Aires. It is fascinating---it consists of narrow paths of compacted stone family mausoleums. Each family seems to have tried to outdo the next. Its got monuments, sculpture, stone work, domes, ivy, stained glass, urns, portals, statutes, …
Today we flew from Bariloche to Buenos Aires: "Good Airs" (="Buenos Aires" in Spanish) it is not anymore--it's a crowded, big, bustling city...the city of Paris to be exact. Much of the architecture is either Paris inspired, or buildings and gates actually brought over from Paris. But, it's a Paris inhabited by descendants of mostly Italians, with …
We flew about two hours today to arrive in Buenos Aires.
Upon arrival we visited one of the most famous cafes in Argentina as well as the world known as Cafe Tortoni. We had some cheese, meats and of course wine.
We left the hotel today at 9AM. The first stop was the Recoleta Cemetery. There were numerous elaborate mausoleums as well as the burial site of Eva Peron.
Next we visited the colorful barrio of La Boca, a site where many European …
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