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Buenos Aires, Argentina

A place which is both modern and classical bring together a number countries attributes.o

An interesting tour was La Boca, the home of the tango. Very artsy and reportedly somewhat dangerous outside of the 4 blocks we walked.

We visited gardens with 10,000 roses to Eva Perons cemetery. Note some of the very elaborate structures in the cemetery.

Also note the dog walkers, a very big deal in the city.

We shopped in an awesome leather store with the finest soft leathers we have ever felt. Of course we bought some stuff.

We took private tango lessons, which was lots of fun, and went to a tango dinner and show club. We kind of learned that we did not learn much.

Argentine steaks were a disappointment as our prime are significantly better.

A gaucho ranch with an authentic barbacue, guacho performance of their skills and a song and dance involvement. A long fun day.

The last morning before we flew home, we went to a 2-3 mile craft show on St. Elmo street. We couldn't find the end.
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