Buenos Aires is a great city for retirement

You probably think this photo is in a bar or cafe in Buenos Aires.  Actually it is in the newest subway station at Las Heras on the H line along Jujuy/Puerreydon.  I discovered it for the first time this month as I was exiting the station after my first ride to Las Heras in Barrio Norte.  I heard the pianist playing a familiar tune that got me to stop and listen.  He was playing, What a Wonderful World, and I began singing along.  When he finished, I said, I know that tune by Ray Charles.  He corrected me — no, it’s Louis Armstrong.  Right!  I thanked him for his beautiful interpretation of a tune with inspiring lyrics.  With all that’s happening in the world today, we need a reminder that life is wonderful.

Music is everywhere in this city — you’ll hear musicians on the subway trains, too.  This is one of many reasons I am grateful to live in Buenos Aires.



6 Responses to “Buenos Aires is a great city for retirement”

  1. Carol Says:

    Nice to hear from you!

  2. jantango Says:

    Thanks for noticing, Carol. The tenth anniversary of Tango Chamuyo was on the 8th, and I didn’t find the time to write anything. I’m back because tango dancers from around the world continue to visit and read the blog.

  3. tangogeoff Says:

    Me too!
    I always enjoy what you have to say, Janis 😊

  4. jantango Says:

    We’ll be talking again next week when you are HERE in BA. How about that?

  5. Luna Says:

    I always enjoy your writing. I will be there soon. Moving permanently in early May. I am so excited!

  6. jantango Says:

    Leaving your life behind in the USA for Buenos Aires confirms that you already know this city is great place for retirement.

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