Our day started off early for our city tour of Buenos Aires Argentina. Getting on the bus, we had the most amazing tour guides who seemed to be really relaxed and less rushed than at Rio De Janiero.
Our first stop on this romantic day was the first cemetery in the city.
It was one of the most unique cemeteries I have ever seen and Evita was buried there. We took many photos of various sarcophagi and it was interesting because the caskets were in plain view in a few of them.
We had to wait in line to see Evita's family grave. But Evita herself was buried underground so that she may truly rest in peace.
There was a huge tree that I got a picture of outside of the graveyard and there were many professional dog walkers hanging out there with 4 to 7 dogs they were watching.
and I went to the town center with the familiar pink government building of which the president helicopters into each day to work on time.
Right around the corner there was an amazing . . . Read More..