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Arrived at our last hotel for this trip a bit early but could leave our bags at reception and spend a few hours by the pool before going to the San Thelmo area which is a big market day on Sundays. Last time we came it was more Artisan type things but now it is Vintage. afafter the market the square is cleared away and we could watch Tango! Its really nice being able to walk ...
A parilla is a steak house, and steak is Argentina's gift to cuisine. We went to Bar Gijon and it was the business. We had lovely sweetbreads followed by three cuts - lomo ( eye fillet ), chorizo ( sirloin ) and churrasco ( flank ). All superb. Washed down with the local brew, the excellent Quilmes. This was a great local eatery, with almost no tourists. It was a lovely meal.
So, based on our first 5 hours here, we give BA an ...
... for the match of today. But we could taste a bit of the
atmosphere as a lot of fanatics of Boca came already early to this
Stadion. It was quite yellow blue in the streets as these are the
colours of Boca. The museum was closed due to the match day and we
couldn't visit the pitch.
Very strange was that wevisit before the impressive graves at the Cementerio de la Recoleta
... the huge steak main course and and a number of glasses of free wine the super energetic teacher rocks up and asks us if we were ready to go and have our lesson now... It actually wasn't as bad as we were expecting and turned out to be pretty fun, obviously they only taught us the basic steps and I managed to not crush anyone's feet so I was pretty pleased with my performance! Then the show afterwards was brilliant, they kind of did a tango through the ages type ...
Where do I start with explaining this cosmopolitan city with its diverse architecture,vibrant atmosphere, the latest fashion stores to the souvenir markets, intimate side walk cafes to stunning restaurants it really deserves the title of the Paris of South America. I do think the people that live here would rather we enjoyed their rich culture and enjoy the charm the city holds and we certainly did today