By Roman DiPasquale. It was great in Cordoba. You could walk around and find almost anything you wanted, within a small area. It was also calm, not crazy like Buenos Aires, which was fun because you could see so much great architecture.
In Buenos Aires, we did a play-in with the small Suzuki group in a cultural center. It was fun, even though most of the kids were under the age of 10. After that, we went to dinner and I ordered spaghetti but they gave me fettucini instead. I didn’t complain because it tasted great! We then headed back to the hotel (which was really nice) to relax and sleep.
It has been so much fun here, and a really great experience musically and personally, but I’m sitting at JFK writing this, and I think I’m ready to go home and sleep.
NOTE: Romey submitted this blog in JFK. Although the flight was delayed a significant amount of time, there was no WiFi available in our terminal. Sorry, Romey.