The only noticeable difference is that they have this passageway between the subway cars. In NY, the doors had to remain close. Of course that never stopped people from opening the doors and crossing over to the next car while the subway train was moving.
Heading To Wendy's
So after we figured out the whole subway system out, we ended up going to the Alto Palermo Mall where they have a Wendy's and a KFC. We were also going there because we knew they had a T.G.I.F.
Afterwards, we decided to walk it off by heading to the Japanese Garden. The streets and buildings along the way were taller, cleaner and lovelier than those we often see in our host city.
Morikami Japanese Garden in South Florida way back in 2003. The only thing that the B.A. Japanese Garden was missing were these huge Zen gardens that Morikami had. It was still quite beautiful though. Take a look for yourself and don't forget to click on the images to enlarge.
Searching For An Alien
We asked someone at a bus stop for directions to the comic book store . It turns out that it was a lot further than we thought. A kind young man (did I really just write that? What am I? 70?) told us which bus to take and even got on it with us and told us when to get off.
Along the way, I saw a Ticketmaster booth. Apparently, Buddy Velastro from Cake Boss was in Argentina to film a couple of episodes, but the tickets were sold out. Damn! Oh well!
|Somewhere Over The Train Tracks ... But Where?|
With three days left, we were looking forward to enjoying a meal at T.G.I.F., assuming we could find it, and visiting the nature conservancy in B.A. But that's a story for another time.
Keep an eye out for Part 3 coming soon.