It's raining today. We are heading to MALBA gallery, which is only 15 minutes walk from our accomodation. Unfortunately MALBA is closed on Tuesdays. Well, the rain is not so pleasant, so we don't want to go anywhere far and decided to visit Jardin Japones (Japanese Garden). The entrance is free for locals today, but for foreigners it's 95 pesos. We spent about an hour in the gardens, it was empty of people, nice and quiet. Had a coffee next to the ponds and went to find something to eat for lunch.
Not wanting to spend a fortune for lunch, we were discovering what is on one of the streets nearby and found La Juvenil deli shop on Jerónimo Salguero street. Bought one Tortilla and some Dulce con Leche desert.
In the afternoon, walking to Plaza Italia to a Claro shop to get mi SIM activated. Got lucky with the customer service representative, he could do a bit of English and activated my SIM and sold us second one for 10 pesos only. Then we walked to Honduras street, which is (and streets around) popular with pubs and restaurants. Found a pub called Madigan Bar, had happy hour two draught beers, each for 65 pesos, and two burgers, each for 140 pesos. No complaints, nice beer, nice burgers, although not as nice as in Honest Burgers in London. In the pub, they didn't speak English at all. And we couldn't pay with MasterCard.
Then we walked to to La Choppers, on the corner of Gurruchanga and El Salvador, had two beers - 70 pesos each (Amber Lager and Honey Ale). The we took a taxi using BA Taxi app back to our accomodation. 2.4km, 81 pesos.