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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... in the shade and with bit of a view of the lake we sat in the afternoon sun enjoying our nibbles and celebrating Lia's birthday. As usual we had an extra guest but this time the dog was quite polite and just kept watch.
After a few hours we needed to head back to the hostel to get ready for our night at the Tango. As most streets in BA are one way we were unsure of where to find the bus stop so made the decision to walk up to the subway ...
... buildings with many colors of paint showing their years, climbing the lighthouse for unimpressive views and high winds, eating at a cute cafe, and watching the throngs of tourists pretending to be professional photographers shooting pictures of just about everything with their huge slr cameras. The boat rides across the wide mouth of the Rio de La Plata were fun though I felt motionsick, and the long, seemingly uneventful day was one of those that was made ...
... were met by a couple of other girls who worked with Julieta, Victoria and Laura. Well they were just great going through all the details of our time in Argentina with various pick up times. They had also identified on a street map the recommended restaurants and other sights we should see. They could not have been more helpful.
In the morning we are meeting Julieta again who is going to give us a half day tour of the city so we can get our bearings. This will include a ...
... has the perfect acoustic - we could only assume he was right, because tickets go for thousands of pesos. We next walked to one of Buenos Aires's most famous attractions - the cemetery where its rich and famous are buried, including Evita herself. The place was vast, like a huge city with mausoleums for buildings, but we were a little underwhelmed by the whole thing, especially Evita's grave - the supposed must-see sight was one of the less remarkable graves. ...
Not a lot to say about these days because I am in class so much. The professors are pretty great - especially one of my professors for my spanish class.
We read a Borges story - El Sur - and it was amazzzing. After hearing so much about his works from a good friend during this past year I am glad to have the opportunity ...
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