S: Buenos Aires, Argentina Dec, 2010
BC: so many | Each memory we keep with care means future happiness to share.
FC: OUR TRIP TO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA DEC, 2010
1: Buenos Aires
2: Trip to San Isidro - Ronaldo's Neighborhood
3: Boca Juniors Stadium | One of the most successful Clubs in Argentina and in the World!
4: EL CAMINITO | One of Buenos Aires most popular travel wonders is the colorful and energetic borough of La Boca. Italian immigrants were its first inhabitants, who built the first Buenos Aires port.
6: Empanadas! | Media Lunas | Quesos y Salame
7: The World of Good Food! | Helado de Dulce de Leche
8: Avenida 9 de Julio The widest street in the world!
9: Downtown Buenos Aires. Obelisco, Teatro Colón, Avenida 9 de Julio.
10: Downtown Buenos Aires
11: The "Piramide de Mayo" is the oldest Monument in the city. In 1912 it was enclosed with wood for protection and relocated. Two rails were laid and it was pulled 63 meters to the east. Ronaldo's Great Uncle was part of the group that pulled it. His name is inside a metal time capsule buried under the Pyramid' s new foundation.
12: YMCA? Who's idea was that anyway?
13: La Casa Rosada | Sitting Proudly at the Heart of Plaza de Mayo in the area of Buenos Aires known as "Centro" is La Casa Rosada. (The Pink House) This Italian style structure know as "Casa del Gobierno" is where each president of Argentina has worked since it was built in the late 1800s.
14: FLORALIS GENERICA
15: Café Tortoni | FOOD | Founded in 1858, Café Tortoni is the Oldest Coffee Shop in the Whole Country.
16: PUERTO MADERO & RIO DE LA PLATA
17: Calle Florida, Mom's Favorite Place!
18: RECOLETA CEMETARY
19: Recoleta Cemetery houses most of Argentina's forefathers and Celebrities. It has 4700 crypts seating on an area of 50.000 sq mt. The burial chamber of Eva Peron (Evita) is the most visited site of the cemetery.
21: "Good food, good music and really good company, a great combination for a perfect night." | Tango Show