A 3-Week Stroll Through Buenos Aires – Day 8

So today James, Kristin and I arrived at the the Puerto Madero Waterfront.  One of the better known and posher little burroughs in Buenos Aires.  The waterfront area is populated with old warehouses, cranes and industrial buildings that have since become obsolete and converted into restaurants (including some of the straight up best steak houses around, and ya know, Hooters), shops and generally what you’d expect from a high-traffic, high- tourist area.  Regardless, an incredibly pretty place to go for a stroll and grab a bite to eat.  Here ya go.

That's impressive. Relativity can kiss this place's ass.

More pretty glass-faced buildings.

The area's expanding quickly, the horizon was full of construction cranes....

So I guess they'd taken a lot of the old navy ships from different time period and converted them into museums. There were a handful of these old pirate-lookin ships around.

The rich people's yachts. I bet that would be fun.

That’s all for today.  Tomorrow we’ll be continuing our walk along the waterfront.  There will also be some pictures of the beautiful and quite famous Puente de la Mujer, the pedestrian bridge that crosses the river.  Word.

-B. Littleton

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