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Today we said goodbye to the Experian colleagues to spend a couple more days on our own in BA. We walked around from our new hotel at downtown Avenida Corrientes near Retiro to see the Obelisco at the 20-lanes wide Avenido 9 de Julio, Teatro Colon, Plaza San Martin and the shopping streets around Calle de Florida.
... where the director/s and technical staff were particularly talented, and the performers or actors played out their parts. Viewed in that sense it was quite impressive art - some highlights being girls running across curtain walls doings cartwheels while suspended from belts, and more girls diving through a shallow pool with a transparent floor that was suspended from the roof above us (I'm pretty sure this one turned on almost all the guys in the room, and some ...
... a gracious coffee house. Cafe Tortoni was opened in 1858, and has been operating for 150 years. The cafe includes a number of salons, which were allegedly used by writers and intellectuals over the decades. Parts of the cafe are also used for tango lessons. All too soon, we finished our coffee and it was time to resume checking off the last things on our list. We headed for Florida Street as I wanted to buy another handbag for myself this time. I have to admit that we never made ...
... an incredible cemetery where Eva Peron is buried. Each family has its own tomb with a unique design by an architect. Cemetario de Recoleta is like a miniature city. There are celebrities, political figures and disgustingly wealthy people buried here.... The kind of people who have money to burn. As amazing as it all was, it just goes to show that you can't bring it with you...
Other areas we visited were the ...
... on, it was raised to a new level and it never stopped until we were blocks from the stadium an hour later. River won 3-0 and all 70,000 fans sang the same passionate national hymn as they left their seats and flowed out the doors like the Red Sea. The crowd created a crimson parade en fuego for about six blocks, splitting off to form lines at pop-up food stalls selling more burgers off tiny grills.
It.Was.Awesome. VIVA RIVER!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility