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Sun 10th Feb .. end of the adventure trip
I am now back in Buenos Aires after a 4 hour flight from Ushuaia. We have been gone for 23 days and have done so much in that time. Last night we had our last dinner together at a really good place called Gustino, before going toa Melonga - saw great tango dancers. I was asked to dance but declined …
... a sunrise finish we strolled around some more markets in San telmo. sitting watching a live band and random locals tangoing was a chilled afternoon. Finishing the day at siga la vaca steak house. All you can eat steak and a bottle of red each for just over a tenner. Ill take that! I reckon I matched the boys on the amount of steak consumed. A city tour on bikes the following day was a real experience. After 3 hours I definitely started to feel it! But a look around a very ...
... back by Apollo XI and gifted to the planetarium by Ric**********. We passed the Spaniards monument to La Carta Magna (1910). This was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the May Revolution. We viewed a couple of other architecturally interesting buildings and then we found another shopping centre. This was also full of designer label shops, we did not wish to shop, but decided to go to the Carrefour Supermarket to get some water. This turned ...
... along a short 100m street. The street with its buildings in contrasting colors are indeed a good photo opportunity for the photo enthusiasts. For those who are not interested in photography, Caminito is probably not worth the trip. Hernan did tell us that it really isn't worth visiting the neighbourhood of La Boca as the only interesting thing it offers is the 100m long of painted buildings. However, we ...
... which surprised me was the openness of the black money exchangers - as we wandered through the main pedestrianised shopping street, there were people everywhere calling out in various languages that they were open for business. Blanca used one to change some money at one stage - she said they give a much bette rate than the banks and it was just the normal thing to do!! After returning to the hotel, we grabbed our bags and set off of the bus - 17ish hours!!! ...