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... night we had. At around 2 we detached ourselves from our beds and wandered out to this Italian Argentinian place down the road (everything's Italian Argentinian) it turns out this is the one Moses worked at who I just ran into! Weird. Anyway I got canniloni and Lia got a pepperoni pizza; combined with lots of water and coke this slightly cured our hangover. After lunch we went for a wander and ended up at an ...
... English translations for all the art on display. Really enhanced our understanding and appreciation of the piece! 4. Not being art buffs, we really saw a lot of art on this trip and recalled from the depths of memory certain pieces. While it wasn't fun experiencing art with a throng of people, somehow we still managed to have personal connections with many of the pieces. Fantastic! 5. The Spanish dress their children impeccably - seriously, from bows to coloured stockings to high ...
... their best stares and glares (although some looked decidedly bored. I can see why) They posed and strutted their stuff in the windows of their salons, angrily yelling whenever somebody tried to photograph them. As we walked along, a rather fat man in black stumbled out of a salon on wobbly legs, a stunned and silly grin plastered onto his face, as his friends stood nearby guffawing. We even found what we think was transvestite alley, as the "girls" seemed a ...
... us up there was a few wrong turns before we made it to his apartment! His apartment was pretty simple, 2 bedroom. He was nice enough to let us sleep in his double bed, which was great after hostel beds. It was nice to just settle down for 5 days and not have to worry about leaving/packing & looking after my valuables. We had some sandwiches for lunch and enjoyed a beer on his balcony. On our first night we had discovered that Jarrad & Fi would be in town at the ...
... shopping, shopping and more shopping. the tram system was amazing and the sunsets were also a highlight of our stay. Also found the red light district very interesting, and the tourist strip where so many coffee houses are set up etc. central station on the canal was the biggest train station I have ever seen, and there were literally thousands of cycles on the racks in the surrounding area in the city. this place was amazing and very ...
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