Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites
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... m more than happy to go out, but not by myself in the hope that I do meet someone to hang out with. It's different if you meet someone during the day and then go out at night but heading out on your own isn't within my comfort zone. Still he was on a mission and pointed out all the great places within walking distance of my hotel until I agreed that I would at least give it a go that night. All that talk about going out must have stirred him up too, because by the time we arrived at ...
... with loads of water fowl. We keep saying we should get an app to identify these.
Only able to stop at gas stations in case we can not restart this was a bit of a ride.
Rode in to BA as the sun was setting the traffic really busy but we eventually make it.
Tom - a long ride, I keep speed at about 50mph concerned that if the rear bearing seizes again like it did at Antofagasta or the drive shaft gives up at least i have chance ...
... to traffic lanes).
From the central reservation of the avenue, we looked towards the southern end where one of the two buildings exempted from demolition during the widening of the road stood. The large, white, quite ugly building is the TV and radio station where Evita used to make broadcasts from. A large image, on the outside of the building, of Evita talking into a microphone has been confused by some as being a man eating a sandwich (it’s possible to see it that ...
... Aires. The owner of a factory wanted to be able go to home for lunch and siesta but got tired of having to commute, so he built his house at the top of his factory (It's now offices). -The Avenue 9 de Julio is the "widest street in the world" or at least it was until somewhere in Brazil built one that is wider but they still call it that. -There is an obelisk at Plaza de la Republica that is the quintessential symbol of Buenos Aires. As per Vicky, ...
... lecture really struck a chord with me, so I pulled out a pen and paper and began writing down some quotes scrambled together with thoughts and questions of my own. "Home has less to do with a piece of soil, and more to do with a piece of soul". Beautiful and true, but what do I do when my soul is scattered across the four corners of the globe? When home can be anywhere, and it mostly feels like nowhere, where do you go?