Rainy day in Soho neighborhood of Palermo.
Behold... the best coffee we found in Buenos Aires is at Full City (Soho.)
Rainy day in Soho.
Pizza and malbec and soccer shrine.
Inside a greenhouse at the Botanical Gardens in Palermo.
MALBA - Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires - Modern art museum.... one of the best museum experiences I've ever enjoyed.
MALBA - from the progressive womens point of view wing. Amazing museum.
Conceptual art from the MALBA.
A statement from the "General Idea" exhibit... a warning from the 1970's that seems prescient today.
This weimaraner did not like being stuck in traffic.
Somewhere in Monserrat area.
Political graffiti in Monserrat.
Kari enjoying some fine tiramisu.
Heading up inside Palacio Barolo in art deco elevator.
Elevator goes to 14th floor, then stairs up to the lighthouse exactly 100 meters high (by design.)
Love the art deco elevator lever.
Inside the elevator shaft of the Palacio Borolo
Sun sets on Buenos Aires.
The city goes on for miles in almost every direciton.
Beautiful view from top of Palacio Barolo.
the Boegers from atop the Palacio Borolo (our favorite building)
Danny is the friend of a friend of my friend Jim Trice (Miami.) This guy is the coolest!
High end malbec.
Just another example of the amazing pizza from Buenos Aires.
Along the "locks" of the Puerto Madero area.
Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Art Collection - This place is amazing and highly recommend!
Behold...Vice President Gabriela Michetti of Argentina
Rowers by that yacht club where we saw the vice president of Argentina.
Baked treats in Puerto Madero area.
Taking aim from aboard the Fragata Sarmiento
More fascinating Buenos Aires architecture.
Inside Convento Santo Domingo
Cafe Rivas - One of our favorite places. I can't imagine returning to Buenos Aires and not coming here again.
Beer taps in San Telmo. We did try some decent beers but nothing like what we get in NorCal.
BTW... currency conversion for a pair of premium beers.
A spiderweb exhibit at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires
Somewhere in the San Telmo area... Plaze Dorrego on the left, I think.
Fruit stand San Telmo
Japanese Garden ie Jardín Japonés, Palermo. We were eaten alive by mosquitos here so beware!
See this gallery in it's context at https://boegerweb.com/south-america-2017