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We had visited Caminito during the cycling tour and we decided to return for more photos before the crowds arrive.
The shops were opening and we popped into a few to take a look.
We were attracted by the food display outside one of the cafes and decided to have our breakfast there.
After breakfast, we walked around the neighbourhood, looking at the graffiti/murals.
We found ourselves outside La Bombonera where there was a queue to get in.
It seemed that there would be a stadium tour (80 ARS) and we decided to go for it. We were told to visit the museum first and join the next tour at 12 noon.
The captions were mainly Spanish only but the images and trophies spoke for themselves.
The time came and the guide brought us around the stadium. The explanation was in Spanish only; either the guide forgot the memo or we went the wrong tour.
I had done similar tour at Anfield back in 2009 and the setups were pretty similar. There were visits around the stadium as well as to the dressing room and press area. Too bad I didn’t know any Spanish to understand what the guide was talking about.
Before leaving Boca, we picked up a scarf for Ying’s brother and we couldn’t resist getting a photo with two of Boca Junior’s most loved heroes.