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... about an hour or so. We met some other nice travellers and 2 French girls who were lovely. Steph and I left to track down a bathroom, got the most incredible dolce de lecce and Oreo gelato. And then decided to head home instead of going to Palermo to meet james as it was too far and already 1am. When we got home we had to sort out the wifi and pay, hate hotel Carsson. Then off to bed! Good day all in all. Tomoro should be great ...
... majestic lands of the south. We had to pick up our passports and they were stamped in The Falklands, South Georgia, and Antarctica which is really cool. After that, I had breakfast with the six others that make up what we call the magnificent seven. I even passed the captain at one point and got a handshake and best wishes from him. Finally we got the call to disembark. With reluctance we got off the ship, said our goodbyes to the exhibition staff, and ...
... with ornate metal balconies and modestly scaled houses.
On the way to the Recoleta Cemetery, where Eva Peron is buried with her family, we passed by the city's recently redeveloped waterfront, complete with a Calatrava bridge and renovated warehouse buildings, and the large city park where sports facilities and public amenities abound. Recoleta is a beautiful above-ground cemetery, and one has to have some social or ...
... s really quite a great city.
Today we were back on the HOHO bus around the city. It really is a good way to get yourself acquainted with the hotspots and a general overview of the city and at a two-day/48 hour pass with a bottle of wine for $300AP per person (26US) there is not much of a better deal around.
We've had a nice lunch today near the big downtown mall (Galleria ...
... with street musicians, and food. It was amazing to walk through the streets and feel fully engulfed in the local culture. After running into a few other backpackers I knew on the street, and a couple bottles of wine later, it was off to tango classes to wrap up my weekend in BA! Although we were in a "beginner" class it is safe to say the teachers lessons moved a bit faster than our bodies. After about an hour and a half of trying to get the ...