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... good go, and was even dragged up on stage during the show! On our last day we strolled along the docks of Puerto Madero, and went aboard an old Argentinian warship from 1897. A quick hop on the subway and we were over in Recoleta exploring the huge parks, before heading to the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, a huge collection of works dating back many years. After 4 night buses in a week, that evening would be the last one of our ...
... sugar is 2nd only to oats in the ingredients
Curious today was the chicharron bread, a white loaf with
bits of beef fat mixed in, a Gaucho version of bread and dripping – was not
By 1pm still no action other than a few locals dancing to
taped music, so headed off – only so long you can stand in a fug of BBQ smoke
and smells windowshopping.
... being beaten and from all directions were the screams of "Vamos Argentina!"
What a great time to be in Argentina, we thought. We ended the day with great pizza and black forest chocolate cake and sang "Happy Birthday" while one Shabbat candle stuck in the center of Eli's cake waited to be wished upon. Nearing midnight, we all climbed into bed, more than ready to share with him his tenth year.
Our final days in Buenos Aires ...
... came out). Nit gonna lie - their physiques were dayum fine. Sorry. It had to be noted. The men weren't that great looking thh. But the dancing was superb. I enjoyed it immensely. Midway through there was also a guy who played the drums, tap dance and play this percussion instrument which was some kind of ball at both ends of a skipping rope. Long story short - he was amazing! The show finished around 11.30 and by the time we got back to the hotel, it was showering and then KO-ing ...
... sociable day and it was a real pleasure to be part of an asado.
Analia also took us to a restaurant just round the corner from her apartment which is one of the best in that area. It's easy to tell how popular it is. As Argentinians like to eat late, walking along the street at 8:30 most of the restaurants are pretty quiet but not the one we went to. By 8:45 all tables were taken and there was already a thirty minute wait with people joining the growing ...