Category Archives: Argentina

A Sad Goodbye

Our last day in Buenos Aires. Half day actually and we are all feeling sad. Jade and Siena want to live here. They love having family around. And despite the exhaustion, Esteban and I have really enjoyed this trip and … Continue reading

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A Heavy Heart

Happy Easter! We had a fabulous day celebrating it with Esteban’s family. We went to his aunt’s house for an “asado”, an Argentine barbecue, an Easter egg hunt and tea. Eating seems to be our main activity here. My pants … Continue reading

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Love Affair Coming to an End?

My love affair with Buenos Aires is starting to wither as I get progressively more exhausted. We have had a non-stop schedule in an enormous city, with all of the sensory stimulation this entails and three kids, one of whom … Continue reading

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Generational Mix

Saige, our 22 month old, slept until 10 am today. I love the Argentine schedule! Esteban took Siena, our 6 year old, to the Davis Cup today so Jade, our 9 year old, Saige and I had the day to … Continue reading

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Losing Steam

Today started off as a comedy of errors. We took a train to visit Esteban’s grandmother at the nursing home in which she is living. Esteban didn’t know the exact street address but he knew which street it was on. … Continue reading

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A Tour of Buenos Aires with Photos

When your day starts off with freshly baked “media lunas” (sweet croissants) and churros (donut-like sticks which are popular in Spain) from a local bakery, you know it’s going to be a good day. And it was! We were going … Continue reading

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A Day in Heaven!

I remember the first time I came to Buenos Aires as a twenty-two year old on my first business trip. The taxi driver who drove me from the airport to my hotel was not only amazed that I was on … Continue reading

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