Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Photo Bella Vista, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Saludos, y gracias por visitarnos.


Sheila Phelan Wright said...

Looking life.

Carla said...

When I travelled to Argentina I did not go to Bella Vista but I regret it, because a lot of people said it was nice to spend a relaxing they. I had an apartment rental in Buenos Aires and one of the places I liked in the city was The Israeli Embassy Memorial.
On March 17, 1992, a bomb ripped through the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires, located on a peaceful and seemingly out-of-the-way corner of Recoleta at the intersection of calles Suipacha and Arroyo.
The site is now a very tranquil place for contemplation, converted into a park graced by 22 trees and seven benches to represent the people who died in the embassy bombing. This open-air memorial is the only major Jewish memorial and historical site open to the public not requiring an appointment or identification to visit. Very interesting!