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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... At 11 they have a free guided tour in Rnglish - it was so good!!! The stories around the graves are incredible, Evita Peron is burried here: she was born without knowing her father. Her husband was elected president on 1946. She was so good to the poors. She died of cancer age 32. Her body was reserved. After 4 years the dictatorship took place, and her body was sent to Europe for 44 years. She is now re-burried here, very deep in the ground.
I went to ...
... love sneaking onto the farm and aggravating the monks). That night the storm was INSANE. I have never heard continuous thunder for an hour before, the lightening was almost nonstop and the wind bent the trees over double. I couldn't sleep. In my thatched roof loft bedroom I was sure the ceiling was going to blow away. It was beautiful, terrifying, and 100% necessary to break the heat. The next morning we had a lovely breeze! After work there was a talk about psychology on ...
... even a block that sold nothing but sewing supplies, there was 3 or 4 stores that sold only buttons! We wandered in and out, I was on the lookout for a leather purse, and though the prices were right - everything I saw was under $100 (dollars), none of the styles were quite right - there is still time though, I will not give up! Joel did buy a nice soccer jersey - the official Argentina team jersey for the upcoming World Cup season that was just released a ...
... between certain
hours on a weekday. It's strange: everyone drinks it, every
supermarket has thermoses and whole aisles of the different blends,
and yet you can't order it out. It's like the private addiction of
a whole country.
saw a few or tourists'couples dancing in the street in La Boca (the
multicoloured neighbourhood you recognise from the photos). Pretty
impressive. ... But we decided against doing anything more ...
... is still pretty comfortable!
On Tuesday August 6 we take the bus to Buenos Aires, 21 hours, but including a perfect service on board. We had a lunch, snack, dinner with wine (and we could even get a whiskey after), coffee or tea and breakfast. Leather seats and movie all day till late night! Sounds something like first class is it!
Buenos Aires also named BA, is a great city with different areas which different names like La Boca, San Thelmo, Palermo, Microcenter.... ...
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