The rain continues off and on into Sunday, mostly as a cooler mist. But the day is brightened with the arrival of Dan and Martha. After our breakfast and their opportunity to freshen up, we walk to the Ricoletta area. The weather and possibly the January vacation season have taken their toll on the number of vendors at the Sunday Féria. Approximately half of the stalls are displaying their wares. We meander through, but do buy.
We are very close to Cementerio Ricoletta, but save that for tomorrow. Instead we walk around the cemetery walls to the Mueseo Nacional de Bellas Artes. It is a free museum with the international art of masters such as Monet, Pissarro, and Rembrandt. It also has many works from Argentine and South American artists.
We begin our walk back toward the hotel mid-afternoon stopping to have a late lunch along the way. I know it is heresy, but I choose to have white salmon rather than a steak. It is a huge portion and simply prepared. Quite good. The ribeyes and skirt steak chosen by the others are also delicious.