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Finally, in 1983, Argentines went to the polls to choose a president in elections supervised by international observers. Argentina became a democracy.
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Unfortunately, it rained all morning, so as we drove by the city's legendary monuments, including the Casa Rosada (with Evita's famous balcony) and the obelisk, they were tough to photograph because of raindrops on the bus windows.
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... I had loads of help along the way to practice my first bits of Spanish. Firstly I got a long planned visit from my two Tango girls from Amsterdam: Marjelijne and Julie who do not speak Spanish at all. We rented an apartment via another good friend of mine back home at a lovely family close to Palermo. Seeing friends from home after meeting new people nearly every day is indescribable. No small talk, no explaining but jumping right into updates from stories we had left 6 months ago. ...
... pristine pedestrian paths lining either side, has numerous non functioning cranes (too funny ha) and tens of ridiculously overpriced bars and restaurants. The port is such an unrealistic representation of BA. Oh yeh, guess what hotel is situated right in the mix of the created doc? The Hilton. Your honour, no further questions. When you come to BA, do not bother venturing there. My tip, check out the aesthetically pleasing corrugated iron houses located in one of the poorer areas ...