As a farewell I treated myself the evening before from my trip to South America, a fondue from our new fondue oven and a few drinks with friends. On Thursday morning, 11 December 2014, the journey started with Swiss to Sao Paulo and on to Buenos Aires in Argentina. I met tired at half past two in the night Hostel Palermo Suites ( Charcas 4752, Buenos Aires, Argentina).

Galileo Galilei Planetarium

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Parque Tres de Febrero
Of course I was awake early due to the obligatory jet lag. So first I got toast and orange juice from the free breakfast at the hostel and surfed the internet. Since I had to realize that Buenos Aires has no beach, as I seemed to believe. The closest beach in Argentina is 5 hours by bus in Mar Del Plata or Uruguay. After the disappointment due to lack of preparation – it was my own fault – I set out to explore the Parque Tres de Febrero , also known as Bosques de Palermo, to explore the city park on foot. I discovered the rose garden, the Galileo Galilei Planetarium and even the Hippodrome where a horse race was taking place.