My eternal flame dating website
All good stuff: and he even mentions eternal flames!
Kilty, who seems to have derived his information on this subject from Arthur Ord-Hume’s 1977 book “Perpetual Motion: history of an obsession“, mentions that:- “Fortunio Liceti (1577-1657) made a lifelong study of these lamps, so many of which were supposedly found in old tombs, vaults and temples.
A quick pop-cultural aside: the song “Eternal Flame” was written by hugely successful American songwriter Billy Steinberg with Tom Kelly and Susanna Hoffs (of The Bangles).
The inspiration for the song came from an eternal flame seen by Bangles’ bass-player Michael Steele burning at Gracelands in Elvis Presley’s memory, as well as from one at a Palm Springs synagague Steinberg had seen when very young.
Number of times he extricated me from the city’s relentless oncoming traffic: five. In my life I’ve been in these countries: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Spain, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, England, Ireland (both), Netherlands, Austria, Hungary, Portugal, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland.”The pitch: “Let me know if you want to go around Buenos Aires.”The first encounter: Recoleta Cemetery.
Born and raised in the city of Rosario a few hours away, this guy was a chemical engineer who had only been living in Buenos Aires for less than a year.
He had spent five years working in Madrid before that.
I run a business from my laptop so I’ve got that kind of flexibility.”The first encounter: Bar Seis in Palermo Viejo for my first Coke and Fernet, the signature herbal liquor of Argentina.
Profile sample: “Diet: strictly anything.”The pitch: “I’m homeless…A few months ago I sold almost everything I accumulated during a year long stay (got ‘stuck’ here for a while) and was hanging out in Europe and the States for the last couple months.
As seen on the cover of my Time Out Buenos Aires guide book, the obelisk is one of city’s most iconic sites. I like reading, walking, dancing, music in general, travelling and know about others cultures and lands. He was researching the impact of cruise ships on the Patagonian coast.