Started to wonder around this huge city with different districts called Barrios. I am living in Montserrat, but 5 minutes away is San Telmo.
It is a beautiful older district with more touristy atmosphere and more cafes…been looking for a cafe to call mine for breakfast and found one.
It’s called La Poesia…originally from the turn of the century, it was and still continues to be a meeting place of the literary crowd.
Such a storied cafe, but one of my favorite things about Buenos Aires is the cafes, as I wonder I will post more.
This week, the weather has been very warm, reaching 95 degrees, it does take getting used to. As I am always walking on the shadier side of the street, ducking into cafes to cool down and have a tea or coffee. Or even better a Whiski cola…and as I normally don’t drink cola, a friend of mine has convinced me of its diuretic properties.
So many beautiful older buildings, always looking in to see what’s hidden inside as this architecture provides a structure that allows the mystery of the interior to be juxtapose d to the exterior.
Imagine the conversations and the people who reside within…I know I do, especially when the house portrays such different characteristics in the glimpse seen if the interior.
And in my walking have seen a few odd and unique images.
And of course more dancing almost every day.