The last two days in Buenos Aires were a combination of things. Sightseeing one day and then spending the afternoon with German the other.
After a speedy gym sesh overlooking the Palermo rooftops, we went to find El Ateneo Grand Splendid. A theatre that has been converted into a huge bookshop.
From here we headed North to the Recoleta Cemetery through streets lined with buildings twice the height of little old Palermo.
We doubled back on ourselves to visit the Xul Solar Museum. The artist's career was prolific with a capital 'P'. He spent time in Europe and was influenced/inspired by the Cubist movement.
The next day was a catchup with German, an old workmate from London who has spent the last year travelling and then re-establishing himself in Buenos Aires. He's done a huge trip through Asia lasting 7 months and we were blown away by the stories or near-misses and happy accidents. He showed us around the city picking out places we would never have spotted.