A wonderful clear day at the races. I placed bets on four horses, and these were the results for those races:
1) I lost
2) I lost
3) I lost
4) I lost
It was awesome
Palacio Barolo, a skyscraper built after the Divine Comedy. The top floors represent Heaven, the ones in the middle Purgatory and the first floor and basement, Hell. It has a ton of references to the poem by Dante, and Luis Barolo (the guy that commissioned the building) allegedly wanted to store Dante’s ashes here.
Last day in Buenos Aires. I went for a short stroll in the neighborhood of Belgrano – pictures taken (again) with my point and shoot.
Balcony (near Juramento avenue):
Museo Larreta – Colonial house from the 19th century turned into a museum of Spanish art (from the Renaissance to the Baroque period in Spain):
Museo Larreta – Balcony:
Chinatown in Belgrano: