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    Buenos Aires seems safer and nicer than Los Angeles, what happened to the United States?

    Not sure what all the USA bashing has to do with Argentina, the subject of this site.
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    Christmas crackers

    You should be able to get them from the ABCC. http://www.abcc.com.ar/contact-details
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    Is anyone having fun in BsAs?

    Is it all doom and gloom or is anyone actually having a good time in BA?
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    Blue dollar exchange in Recoleta

    Do the money changers on Florida rob people?
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    HIghway to Ezeiza blocked: allow extra time

    Friend went to Ezieza today. There is a protes on the highwayt so it took over 90 minutes from the center. Beware.
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    Argentina VS Spain

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    Argentina VS Spain

    It's my opinion that Argentine culture was really defined in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when masses of Italians entered the country. Could that also be the reason for the pronunciation?
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    Argentina VS Spain

    I find the loud talking, the gestures and the general culture more like Italy than Spain. I agree with mmon that the food is more Italian than anything else though not as good.
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    Argentina VS Spain

    I see but what do you mean by 'funding'? British colonists often named settlements after where they had come from, hence Bryn Mawr, Bryn Athyn New Britain, North Wales etc in Pennsylvania. There are countless examples.
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    Leading restaurants in BA

    What do you think are the best restaurants in Buenos Aires? I'm thinking of those at an international level.
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    Argentina VS Spain

    Personally I don't see it. The Spanish eat a lot of guisos. There is a lot of fish in Spain. Fish is not very popular with most Argentines. Maybe some bread is similar and I agree it's feesher in Spain. I find more culinary similarities to Italy though it's not as good as in Italy.
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    Argentina VS Spain

    True that the current US inherited language, the legal system and archirectural styles (the old cities along the Eastern Seaboard - Boston, Philadelphia, Alexandria (Virginia) Charleston etc. are full of Georgian style buildings. The Anglican religion (renamed the Episcopal Church after the...
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    Best shops for mens' suits

    What is the address of the the Tribunales shop? Thanks
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    Argentina VS Spain

    The food in Argentina is not like Spain. Very little fish here.
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    Best shops for mens' suits

    Brooks Brothers is still around - in the US. They have a new owner now but they aren't in Argentina.
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    US Embassy says Argentina under Level 4 Alert

    That's not true. Only super expensive flights (over $4,000 one way to Miami) are available on relatively short notice.
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    Congratulations. Obviously the PCR tests were accepted.
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    You must be exhausted! Keep us informed.
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    You have my positive thoughts and prayers. I'm confused now about exactly when your flight was supposed to have left. Did they give you another night's hotel?
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    Rules regarding use of public transport

    Just what are the rules regarding use of public transport (trains, colectivos etc) these days?
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