The zoo looked very interesting; not large, but only at little over $5 for the day including a boat tour, jungle and more. It was agreed by all that this should be a full day excursion, by itself. It seemed that we were all in agreement about this being a lazy day; a little more strolling, some beer and then the bus home. Alejandra showed us how to ride Bus No. 12 back to within 1/2 block of our apartment.
Jim had agreed to give Alejandra some cooking lessons; she wants to cook more menu items for her boyfriend. Tonight it was spaghetti and meat sauce with salad and garlic bread. While they started on the meat sauce, Cheryl and Doug and Dianne discussed our plans for traveling to Cordoba and Salta and possible hotels. Researched some on the internet. Cheryl made the garlic bread and noodles and then we all “pigged out” with red wine. Very fun evening.
Tonight we are going to the big Concert Theater, Teatro Colon, for an orchestra concert. Although we only have standing places, we are looking forward to seeing inside this beautiful, renovated building and hearing the concert. The first piece is the “William Tell Overture.”