|The "Queen of the Tigre Rio" river about to set sail...
|As we left the harbor we passed this light house and port of entry building. Even this utilitarian structure has tremendous style and grace..
|Such an old and modern city all mixed together..
|As we left the harbor we passed this area where they unloaded shipping containers.. I took this picture just because I liked the pattern... :)
|My brother in law and his new "lens"...
I have serious lens envy issues... :(
|Hardly entering the wilds of South America as we passed on watch club after another..
|A little bit of nature shore line..
|One of the local "Natives" passing us in their natural environment... Primitive??
|A local native hut...
|This native could afford to build his own weather environment completely enclosing his house in a glass room. Or maybe this is where Big Bird lives and this is an aviary??
|Again showing off is mighty "Lens" right in front me!! I feel so inadequate... :(
|A FIXER UPPER available cheap... Tow it away.
|I am pretty sure they don't have an OSHA here. We don't need no stinking' safety standards!!
|I found where they move Jurassic Park to..
|Argentina has a funny mix of architecture from England, Spain, France, and Italy.
|I guess with 1.5 billion Chinese people they can afford to build a China Town EVERYWHERE!!
|McCafe is Argentine for McDonalds..... All exactly the same except the name.
|This building the locals call the British Castle and it is one of the local rowing clubs.. A big sport here for towns along the river.
|There are more red British phone booths now in Argentina than in the UK!
|How would you market this fine piece of property? " Beautiful view, right on the river, near town, needs a bit of renovation"?
|A local market with not much we wanted..
|Bonnie is a true mosaic artist so she really enjoyed this local project they were doing.
|Really??? This much excitement about a waffle?? I guess there is not much to do in this town.
|Today is Saturday and we are walking into town past a beautiful church and to visit the famous cemetery here..
|By some holy miracle they happened to have a street fair by the cemetery today.. Lots to see and shop for..
|This man will always have work... his job is to paint over graffiti...
|Entering the Buenos Aires cemetery..
|You can almost imagine you are walking down some ancient boulevard in Rome or Greece??
|It felt so much like a city I was disappointed when no one answered... :(
|Since it is still an active cemetery some of the crypts are quite modern looking..
|This crypt looks like a corner pub that should be open for a drink..
|My brother in law. "Indiana Cohen", international explorer..
|Poindexter is buried here..
|This one was completely falling apart inside and ready for a remodel. Your could probably get a good deal on this fixer upper.
|I was very pleased with this photos. Looking inside it was completely dark so I just stuck my camera through the bars and hoped for the best... The image exposed so much detail and beauty. Lucky shot.
|Bonnie is looking at this and thinking, "What the heck is a Christian icon doing lighting a menorah here??"
|This one looks like a jewelry store on Rodeo Drive..
|IT really looks like someone should be home.
|The only place in the cemetery where there is a line of people waiting to see a particular crypt, Peron's.. Fifteen years after I am buried there will be no one coming to visit me.. They'll be saying "Jason who???" :(
|OH boy a street fair with shopping!! What a treat!!!
|We went to a local Starbucks for a drink and this is how they spell "Bonnie".. See I am NOT the worst speller in the world... only the second worst.