Melia Buenos Aires Hotel
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... the trainers threw a slab of raw meat in front of their faces. We were able to walk behind the animals, pet them, and take a picture. I have never seen such harmless animals in my life! I know, I’m an animal lover and should probably have been protesting instead of participating in this unethical zoo. We all have our weaknesses. At least I got some great pictures.
I also made my way to the Eva Peron Museum last week. Whether you love her ...
... than outside. Guys (usually older men) whistle at women. Jasmine told me a cop did it to her the other day...wtf. And not like in the states...like way more. And in the middle of the day. Even when I wore a dress and tights and boots and a COAT for heavens sake. I can only imagine when I go clubbing or when it gets warm out. Which is supposed to be this week. 70 degrees Wednesday, what uppppp! Dulce de leche=chocolate, on a desirable level. Together, they are heaven. ...
As I'm sure many of you know, South Americans love to dance. And, unlike my generation of Brits (the male variety in particular), they like to dance with each other. One guy, one girl. My generation and those since, are generally conditioned to dance drunkenly only in sweaty nightclubs to various derivatives of house music, where girls dance with each other in a group and the guys dance a few metres away discussing how to penetrate the ...
... to see and do the following day.
Dia s cuatro and we'd decided it was walkies time, destination 'las docas' via the Water Dept. building, Avenida Julio 9 & it's Obelisk, Congresso, Florida and the Iglese Tower thingo. The Water Dept. building is a real stunner and the most impressive building we saw, though we missed out on one of the Teatros as we forgot. Walking around BA brought a couple more things to mind; 1) It's ...
... a street market. Afterwards we looked around the botanical gardens, which were free to enter and proved to be a nice place to relax in the shade on a hot day. However, we had a bit of trouble getting out again as the wardens locked everybody in for a while whilst they looked for a child who had wandered off from his parents. We assume that they had found him when they eventually reopened the gates. Unfortunately the metro wasn't free on the way back to the hostel, ...
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