Blue sky, no humidity and temperatures in the 70s! We could not have asked for a more ideal day to explore and photograh two more neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. We began with a quick stop by the El Eteno Grand, one of the 10 best bookstores in the world, according to The Guardian. It is a bookstore inside a theater. The cafe is on the stage and bookshelves are where the seating was.
We then moved on to the neighborhood of Purerto Madero, a recently developed, modern neighborhood. We crossed the Puento de la Mujer (Woman’s bridge), a suspension bridge crossing into this part of the city. Mariela took us to the top of one of the high rise apartment buildings to her dad’s apartment on the 17th floor where we were able to see Buenos Aires and take photographs.
Mariela then took us to the fun neighborhood of San Telmo. A vibrant and colorful neighborhood where we walked, photographed and did a bit of shopping.