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... a two hour boat ride on the river; a lovely recreational area for the locals.
We saw an evening tango show, which was quite lovely. Our ticket included a tango lesson! It's hard work, very intense. No wonder all those professional dancers are so slim!!!
We fly out of Buenos Aires tomorrow, traveling 800 miles southwest to Bariloche in Patagonia and then on to Iguazu Falls in the ...
... hazy like my pictures but was soothing and comforting with Pugliese tangos playing from the car speakers. Hotel Lyon, 3 stars with flags heralding the front overhang onto the street. Let in by night clerk, nice older middle-aged "gentleman" in uniform -- felt immediately safe with him despite some tales told. Younger "bell-boy" dogsbody of the night helped me take my bags up after filling out a registration sheet asking for not just my passport number and DOB but also ...
... give a second chance! Vamooos!
Time to get changed, quick power-nap to rest a bit and to get ready for this “dueño birthday party”. Went to the terrace, physically at 15 meters from my door room and beers, wine, vodka, various mixers all checked! But wondering why there are at least 20 bottles of Fernet Branca on the table. The answer quickly arrived: Fernet Branca-Cola is by faaar the favorite drink nowadays in Argentina, essentially it replaced ...
... not because of the quality of what was on offer on the pitch but the quality of the fans, if you take away the fireworks, and fighting you still have the best atmosphere we have ever encountered at a football game, even with nothing to play for. Argentinian supporters, especially Boca fans, are truly passionate about their team and it's about more than just football - it's being part of something, it's about belonging, it's about supporting your team no matter what, and living and breathing ...
... all around the square. We take note of the families with young children having dinner at 10pm and are still enjoying festivities at midnight! We are lucky and catch some brilliant tango, flamenco and passé doble in action, Latin American dancing is incredibly passionate, powerful and sensual. We happily stay out til the wee hours of the morning and enjoy the festivities with the rest of the city.
I have to say that Buenos Aires is a fabulous city ...