Buenos Aires is called the Paris of South America. This view from my room shows why:
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It can sometimes look like NYC, too ...
Every Sunday there is a big market in San Telmo Square ...
The Argentine First Lady, who was just elected president, will work in the "Pink House" ...
Across from the Pink House is the Metropolitan Catholic Church where San Martin, the George Washington of Argentina, is buried. Although Argentia is solidly Pro-Life, they do have a problem with vandalism. The picture below shows that the church in downtown Buenos Aires has been tagged with the words: "Free and legal Abortions." It's hard to imagine this happening in the U.S.
By far, the most revered political figure is Evita Peron. Yesterday, I visited the famous cemetery where she is buried.
The picture below is of the first Italian immigrant neighborhood in Buenos Aires. This port is where the Tango was invented.
I took a "puddle jumper" from Buenos Aires over to Uruguay, today ...
This afternoon I was visited by El Ligardo!
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