96 Photos - Dec 4, 2011
Photo: museum of artPhoto: Beautiful blooming Jacaranda tree. They are all over Buenos Aires. It's even more beautiful when the blooms fall and the park grounds become a sea of purple.Photo: Photo: one of the many very wide streetsPhoto: Evita museumPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: cute cafe at Evita museum, so cute & good even the locals go therePhoto: indigenous mystery animalPhoto: Photo: Buenos Aires skyPhoto: Photo: about $5 total from the fruit standPhoto: Photo: botanical gardensPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: helloPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Japanese Gardens - a gift from the Japanese community to Buenos AiresPhoto: Recoleta neighborhood.Photo: La Biela cafe and huge gum tree in the backgroundPhoto: this is what people do all over BA on the weekends - get some sun in the parks and green spacesPhoto: Photo: Photo: I heard the Jose Luis Borges wrote about the Buenos Aires sky. I think this is why.Photo: Photo: our fruit & vegetable standPhoto: Photo: Bar/Gallery where we attended our stencil workshopPhoto: Photo: Photo: busy at work cutting out my stencilPhoto: my chicken-cat!Photo: Photo: Photo: Cafe Tortoni - famous old cafe in BAPhoto: Photo: really cool theater turned bookstorePhoto: Photo: Photo: eggs from the vegetable standPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Boca Juniors stadiumPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Puerto MaderoPhoto: quick stop for lunch on our bike tourPhoto: our bike tour guide with a flower from the national tree that looks like a hummingbirdPhoto: mate! You can't visit Argentina without trying it at least once.Photo: Casa RosadaPhoto: Plaza de MayoPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: amazing old gum treePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: our apartment buildingPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Merry Christmas!Photo: Photo: inside Casa RosadaPhoto: Photo: Photo: