Arrival in Buenos Aires

On the way in March to Antarctica to run the Marathon Tours’ Antarctica Marathon 2016,  we flew from Toronto, Canada to Santiago, Chile then over the Andes to Buenos Aires (13 and a half hours).


I could not resist the airplane window shot of the mountains. We loved the colours!


When we debarked from the plane and entered the terminal the welcome sign included Armenian wrtiting.


We had been booked into the Plaza Hotel. They had a lovely outdoor pool, though we didn’t have time to dive in.

We met up with Jim and Tammie and did a little exploring.

The next day we had a nice half day bus tour of Buenos Aires.

The Caminito area with Jim and Tammie.img_5464-l


Below is the Evita monument.


The balcony from the speeches.dscn3529-l

and her resting place.


A monument for freedom with protest banners in the background.dscn3526-l

The four of us at Cafe Tortoni; an old cafe modelled after one in Paris and still has a place for Tango and Jazz music.


That’s it for the first couple of days…We will end up in Uruguay to be posted next…



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2 Responses to Arrival in Buenos Aires

  1. Al Rice says:

    A wonderful catalog of priceless memories .Travel offers us so many opportunities to learn about how we live out our lives where ever we are.

    • Pierregy says:

      Thanks much so Al. Travel offers so much and teaches us variety, understanding and tolerance.

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