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... it’s historic architecture,
particularly Parisian for the mansard roofed apartment blocks, wide avenues and
city centre parks. Long lunches with beer or wine seems common too and most
cafes appear to serve alcohol.
As for the red wine, decided to step it up a notch on the
wine stakes and went for a £1.50 bronze medal winning Cabernet Malbec but still
... cab driver where we want to go we're actually saying South America. Pretty funny. Day 56- Went for a walk through the botanical gardens. It was nice. Steve said it was quite romantic. Saw this guy walking like 8 dogs. Wasn't sure what was up with that ****. He must like dogs. Checked out of America Del Sur. Checked into Hostel Club, by myself. It's almost time to leave the boys to go on my tour. So I'm staying just down the road to where I'm supposed to meet the group. 5 minutes ...
... they celebrate the founding of the town and there are celebrations with free concerts, although the crowd didn't seem to bothered by the music and I couldn't really understand the comedian who was on stage when we arrived. Following day, mini bus to Perito Moreno glacier which is very impressive. Got a boat over to South face and went trekking on the glacier. It took a while to get used to crampons in fact I only narrowly avoided falling flat in my face ...
... that. Instead, he explained, that it's worldwide influences are what makes it unique, particularly in its architecture. In one area you can feel like you are in Paris, another Madrid and another New York. I really liked this, and made it quite different from any other city I have visited.
Two things Buenos Aires is famous for is steak and tango. The former was easier to find than the latter! People say that the steak in Buenos Aires is the best in ...
... day and i want to visit la boca, the museums, planetarium and the gardens.. And then catch the bus, but i rather be busy than sit around in the hostel or starbucks. And then i can get via cordoba to salta faster (nature, mountains, paragliding, zip cables, ...) I hope i can find a nice steak tonight, this time maybe consulting my lonely planet instead of asking. Tomorrow visa should be working aswell so i will take a nice place in cordoba, couldnt do couchsurfing ...