Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites
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... Despite the situation we ended up in Buenos Aires, the city is actually quite beautiful. However, I can't see us ever returning if can avoid it. Its hard enough trying to forget the incident that just replays over and over. Adios Buenos Aires. It didn't take long for us to fall asleep with a bit of music but woke not too long after. We caught the sunset, ate both the provided dinner and our packed dinners and waited for a decent hour to kick in ...
... a decision to make. As we sat down in a lovely tea shop which had been recommended to us, we were too comfy to move and we set about making a new plan.
Recharged and refreshed, we called up the Teatro Colon (with our new Argentine SIM) to see if we could join a guided tour that afternoon. With just 25 mins to get there for the last tour, we has a rushed taxi then tube ride, and we made it with one minute to spare. Very satisfying!
The Teatro Colon was one of ...
... there. In contrast to the huge evening meals, the sandwiches were small. Three very thin slices of white bread with ham in one layer and cheese in the other, served and eaten uncut. A small biscuit and espresso and lunch was done.
We visited a area of lovely homes in Palermo - all adjoining but with no common walls and a private back garden. To us, the best area of BA. Leafy streets.
BA is known for its ...
... Of course, once you make your way through the maze (or possibly labyrinth) of graves and find a huge crowd in front of one random tomb, that'll be where Evita sleeps.
That night, local team Racing Club de Avellaneda played Godoy Cruz for the championships. Naturally, tickets were impossible to get, but after Racing's victory the streets were filled with happy fans waving the blue-and-white banners and wearing their blue-and-white jerseys. The celebrations would last ...
... by the volcano ... stark and almost colorless. The area was formed by glaciers 10,000 years ago.
Next up was the Cerro Campanario chairlift ride originally scheduled for yesterday. Still windy and cold but today we had sun and a view. About half the crowd bundled up in every warm thing they had (thanks, Anne, for lending me gloves, hat and fleece). The ride was a two-person open air chair lift. The summit offered breathtaking views that made the windchill ...