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We thought we would repeat our bus ride to the city, since it went so well yesterday. We got to the stop and when the bus arrived at the designated time, I twice confirmed with the driver, "Obelisco?" He said yes twice, so I didn't think much about it, until we turned off the familiar highway. We wound through the city, dropped everyone off, and then he came to a stop. It was the end of the line. I made very effort to figure out what went ...
MORE WALKING TOUR IN BUENAS AIRES
Since the morning walking tour was so enjoyable, we decided to go on the one in the afternoon that was run by the same company. We had some time to kill before the 3 p.m. start time so, we had lunch at a famous local restaurant that was known for their empanadas….and boy were they tasty, then, went over to Café Tortoni to buy tickets for their evening Tango show Since it was quite a trek from San Isidro to downtown ...
... rate. The street is full of people from one end to another asking for money exchange. On this street there are also several souvenir shops, departmental stores and restaurants. We bought a nice argentina iron on flag for 20 pesos. Our feet were tired from walking so we headed back. Hide and seek We stopped by the supermarket on the way back and went to Dia first. We bought some pork and soy sauce but there isn't much choice here so I decided to go to the bigger supermarket ...
... than the boutique
Looked for some Spanish conversation groups but the free
ones seem to start at 9pm, also in the northern burbs and as the tube stops at
10 ish, they are not a lot of use to me. Also seem to take place in bars, so if
there is loud music, no chance of hearing let alone understanding the Spanish.
... was a public holiday in the city and there were lots of demonstrations happening everywhere. Streets blocked by crowds of people singing, chanting and playing drums. We walked across town and meet some friends of Lesley's who live in Buenos Aires. Had a yummy lunch down by the marina. After lunch they drove us to an area called La Boca which is famous for it's brightly coloured buildings and tango dancing. We sat in ...