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... wow the main pedestrian street is busy - lots to look at & be aware of! No purchases yet but keeping eye out for a bag & shoes as they have the most amazing leather goods here. Out for dinner down the street with many of the crew from the tour to an Argentinian restaurant - lovely food, but too much of it!!! Left Dad in the hotel bar with the blokes & headed to ...
... simply notice more of the street art around town; every time I pass real art, I want to whip out my camera.
Lastly, two new friends and I happened to wander by an outdoor photo exhibit one day. There were really lovely portraits of different people printed on photos, and a sign that read (in Spanish), “If you see a photo you like, take it.” What a cool idea. ...
... speculation as to who they were). There is a very large Jewish population here, Argentina has the 6th largest Jewish community in the world and has the only Kosher McDonalds outside Israel - it was in the mall near our hostal. She also took us to a Falklands/Las Malvinas War Memorial and we finished up at Recoleta Church and the Cemetery where Eva Peron is buried. The cemetery was closed by then so we decided to visit the next day.
We decided ...
... where we arrived a few minutes before 1am. We then had to change airports and dragged our very tired selves onto a flight leaving for El Calafate at 6am. So the net result is i had no sleep at all for more than 24 hours.
The whole thing was ridiculous. The airlines counter staff were trying to be helpful but the processes the airline has are completely arcane. I mean if you have two guys in an office, one who gives you a ticket and then you have to give the ticket ...
... We again stayed with our friends in Windsor for a few days where we finished our tour of Windsor Castle, went again to our favorite pub -Two Brewers - and just walked through the city and countryside. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed our few days there. On the 18th we caught a train to Portsmouth and then took the over night ferry to St. Malo on the coast of France where we rented a car. We also rented a terrific house ...