Someone had told us that we should check out the National Library, so being the vagrant American tourists that we are, we did. Located in Recoleta, the building has a very unusual shape and also used to be the home of Juan and Eva Perón. In order to enter, we had to tell the security guard what we were there for (tourism), show him our IDs, and fill out a little card. However, as we weren’t locals, we could still only visit three floors (I think there are five or six total), and even then the guards on those floors wouldn’t let us into the main areas because we weren’t actually there to study. It did seem like the windows on the far side of the building would have an awesome view of the city though. Oh well.