Noa Noa Lofts+Art
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... the groups...this went well.
I came home to Celeste and her mother Anna Marie and Pedro just finishing dinner, I found it too late to have too much and as I had over fed my calories for the day, I decided to have pumpkin soup and then off to bed.
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... medialuna and coffee breakfast at Cafe Tortoni, an old school cafe/theatre that transports you back to the 1940s. Peter has fallen in love with a slightly more modern cafe called Iberico where he demolishes 3-4 medialunas every morning so it was a coup to try a new place! We finally cracked open the Castillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon (sooo delicious) before going for dinner at Lisa's 'Sarkis' which is sooo popular (even on a Wednesday) that there's a 1 hour waiting ...
... Boca?' he says in a 'are you mad?' type of tone and waits outside until he has seen us physically go into our apartment. We do notice that compared with other cosmopolitan areas of the city, La Boca is like a demilitarised zone, especially at night. With the Boca Juniors tickets still eluding me, we decide to head over to the stadium on Saturday morning, having been told by Federico, our Air BnB host that some resale ones may become available to non ...
... 4 of us took a taxi to Palermo-went to Villa Malcolm for milonga.Ben,an Aussie cheeky monkey had tears in his eyes.He loved it.There was a live orchestra.Danced 3 times with an Iranian dancer who was really friendly and genuine.Obviously he enjoyed dancing with me too.Met Louis,a local dancer dress in suit who walked me from the table and back in his arms. Gentleman.Danced with him several times as well-I am getting lighter on my feet..But the ...
... there was a man with one arm, loading baggage. He was taking, one by one, people's bags and tossing them inside the loading bay. Upon my turn, he set ours aside, and I was a little weary of why. They are pretty big/heavy bags, but there were many others with very large suitcases, and oddly shaped, wrapped packages. I waited a couple minutes, then boarded the bus, and continued looking out the window to make sure they were put underneath the bus.