Buenos Aires, by Noelia Diaco. Photo is not visible, used only for sharing on social networks.

Photos: Out and about on a Sunday afternoon

September 11, 2011
A major avenue near the city's northeastern edge.
The Palermo Woods, which are within easy walking distance of our new apartment.

Ben outside the Museum of Latin American art, which is closed until the end of the month. The website failed to divulge this information.
Since the Museum of Latin American Art was closed, we went to Museo Evita. We'd read it didn't present a nuanced portrait  of the former first lady, but we figured we would learn a bit more about her.  Instead, the museum skipped such large periods, and presented so little information, that we're no better informed than we were before.
The streets of Palermo (our new neighborhood).
On our way home, we saw an alpaca.

- Steph and Ben


  1. Wow! Nice pictures! Thanks for posting! I'm sad to read the Evita museum wasn't more exciting -- I have an unhealthy obsession with that musical. Larry and I are definitely planning to visit at some point -- nice to know in advance what we can skip :) Keep having fun!

  2. Are you already in your new apartment? Or staying in your original one for the month?

  3. Wait, South America doesn't have a constant brown tint? Hollywood has been lying to me!


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