One of my most influential trips was Buenos Aires. I thought this city was as pretty as Paris and in fact, they refer to it as the “Paris of South America.” The European culture flowed throughout the city. At any restaurant you would hear people talking German, another table Italian, and another Spainish. I went to visit Evita’s Peron’s tomb at The Recoleta Cemetery which had fresh flowers on it. Outside of the cemetery and in the neighborhood of Recoleta you will find inspiring neo-classical mansions, inspiring patriotic monuments and well dressed old men in cravat scarves.