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- Continental Breakfast
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... time, then headed for the heart of the government and protests, Plaza de Mayo. On Plaza de Mayo, is the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, the prior home of the now Pope Francis 1st, when he was the Arch Bishop of Argentina. It was interesting that the outside of the cathedral looked moe like a museum than a cathedral, but the inside was gorgeous! Not what we expected to see given the facade. Back outside, we walked on to the ...
... I say three lanes because that was what the lines on the road said but our driver seemed to think it was four as he squeezed through impossibly small gaps left by the stream of vehicles ahead. Sitting in the back seat it was like watching as someone else played a totally manic computer game on the huge screen in front of you. Best thing to do was just close your eyes and hope for the best, after all that's what the driver was doing. Went up to our room in the hotel when ...
... stops and I was going to miss our altitude and view chats. But he was off to exciting things back in his homeland. I wouldn't miss his enviable red passport though which I think is the only red bound passport in the world.
At the smallest international airport you will ever see we caught our direct flight to Buenos Aires. The flight path took us over the Beagle Channel and offered us some views of Ushuaia and an aerial perspective of the landscape.
... finally we saw some neighbourhoods that resembled those we are so used to seeing - houses with grass, instead of apartment buildings and concrete. The towns (I suppose they are suburbs) were pretty, with a few glimpses of the river here and there from the train. The train only had a few people on it, and the trip was pleasant.
We arrived in Tigre, a large casino (which aren't allowed within the Buenos Aires city limits - there is one in Puerto Medera, but it ...
... 241;as, the ski resort, at 2am, and got there at like 8:30 and skied the whole day before taking a bus back at 6 and returning at 12:30. Crazy boy! While that energetic guy did his thing, I went horseback riding. Which I will never do again. I think of myself as a very empathetic person, which sometimes sucks, because I can always feel what people and animals are feeling. So we get to the ranch and the horses were so sad, I seriously teared up. To use horses for amusement ...