Our next destination was the Avenida 9 de Julio. But on the way, Richard showed us an art deco building which had a barber shop where - you guessed it - the Pope would go.
Later that day, we went to dinner at a restaurant in Palermo near where we were staying, called 22 Parilla. Most other restaurants close after lunch and before dinner. We hadn't eaten since the media lunas earlier and it was about six. This one was thankfully open, and we were the only ones in there. We did this a lot, as the locals eat dinner much later than we are used to. We actually split a meal, on the suggestion of the waiter, and still felt very full.