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April 12, 2005

No Place Like Home VIII - Americans Abroad

Buenos Aires is in vogue for tourism right now because the dollar has remaind strong, and is particularly popular with gay tourists. At the airport on the way to Iguazú, I met two men I recognized from Palacio the night before. They told me several of the people I assumed were from Buenos Aires were from Chicago, New York, DC . . .

On the Gran Aventura I had a very pleasant conversation with a couple from Cambridge, MA, which resumed after dinner. As we were talking, two women walked by and called hello; I had been talking to them on Saturday in Recoleta cemetery.

Posted by Leigh Witchel at April 12, 2005 7:20 PM

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