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On Friday we went to Recoleta and visited the cemetery. It is really
impressive. I didn't really know what to expect but all the graves are
like tombs or mausoleums. Most of them had alters when you looked in
the glass and the coffins would be placed underground level which would
be reached by going down steps. We could even see …
... of Jose San Martin, one of the great liberators of South America, the other being Simon Bolivar. Bolivar is venerated throughout South America, while San Martin is more closely associated with Argentina. Of course, that is where we were. The Plaza is located in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires, the name, meaning Retreat, comes from one of the many mansions, nay palaces, built around the Plaza by the early Spanish governors. To me, the opulence of ...
... in and setting up the WIFI and with rumbling stomachs we rushed to the adjacent street seeded with restaurants. Waitresses were waiting outside the restaurants harrassing (aka convincing) people to take on their menu.
Our choice went for chicken and pasta, tomorrow we will go for asado and why not some Tango show......Time to have a rest now
... his trip. To try and combat all this it is impossible to withdraw US dollars or Euros from banks or ATMs. If you exchange dollars for pesos at a bank or official Cambino house at the lower rate you can exchange these back for US dollars only if you have the receipt from your original transaction. Otherwise I guess you could make a profit from your holiday... Moral of the story. Get US dollars in Chile before you cross the border. Which I did. Other money matters... So 2014 ...
... worth seeing as it is something quite different from the rest of this very European city, along with the stadium tour. Good day, celebrations again ensued, cue another blurry evening and morning to follow.
But, today was test day! Nothing can get a Kiwi down on test day, and certainly not for 1 Kiwi there with a particularly troubling drinking problem (not me), but that wasn't my issue, so after a couple of warm ups me and the crew piled out to La ...