The Galileo Galilei planetarium had three levels. They currently charge $70 Argentine pesos ($4.77 USD) per person to go in. It's a pretty cool place to visit if you're a science buff, or you're into space stuff. If you're wondering what the dome on top is, it's a theater with a 360 degree projector that shows the audience a spectacular representation of the stars. Of course, if you've been to a planetarium before, you'd expect nothing less.
Alright. We'd seen enough and decided to head back towards the mall. We still had about 6 hours left to kill.
I found this tourist group and decided to tag along for about a block. Funny enough, no one noticed.
Along the way, Zach decided to go Vanna White on me.
We'd walked a lot over the last five days, and our legs and feet were rewarding us with excruciating pain. So we took advantage of every bus stop we saw and sat down to rest.
B.A.s Botanical Garden was beautiful. I'd been dying to go to one. Since it was free, we took a quick look around, but didn't stay long.
It was our last day, and we were really tired, so naturally we got on each other's nerves now and then.
So we decided to go watch "The Purge: Election Year". We had to wait an hour and a half for the movie to start. So we found some interesting ways to entertain ourselves.
|I'm sure Daniel wouldn't mind just this once.|
Until next time.