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Nice & Warm in Buenos Aires

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Today DH and I had a great time visiting the Museo de Artes Plasticas: Eduardo Sivori, located just across from the bridge in the Rosedal park. There was a fine exhibit (with a second part of it located in the Planetario) that we enjoyed quite a lot. We also had lunch in the small cafe in Museo Sivori, and that was also pleasant and tasty experience. All this despite the temps. of 95 f !

I wrote a post that you can read here:

For DH and me, any chance we have to spend time in, or even just pass through, the parks in Buenos Aires is a chance we take - and just love doing. Rosedal is one of the loveliest.

Stay cool, or warm, or dry - whichever is best wherever you live !


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