Our day started at 7:15 am, leaving the house unsure of what excitement the day would hold for us.
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We hailed another uber and made our way to the most touristy and crowded street we visited all day – Avenida Revolución.
We saw donkeys painted like Zebras, people hawking all sorts of items from stalls, carts, and storefronts. Our objective was to see The Grafógrafo, a small cafe and bookstore tucked away in an arcade, essentially a covered alley.
In the same arcade we found a handful of other boutique shops – my favorite being Verde Amor.
After the beer I needed another ic and thankfully the quaint and cozy Malvia Coffee was just a few steps away, down some stairs in another arcade nearby.
Feeling like we’d explored enough of this very touristy area we took one final uber back to the Estación Federal, this time for tacos and cocktails at Cereus Bar.
I had a couple house margaritas and by the time we started our walk back to the US I was feeling happy and just tipsy enough to notice the beauty in everything. Thankful for a day of tourism in a gorgeous and vibrant city we boarded the trolley and were back to our car by 7:30 pm.