Not quite....in CABA, parks and plazas make up a large part of the City's green areas.....It's true that a lot of neighborhoods, especially moving away from the river, are lacking in greenery.
True that Argentine wines are pricier in the US than in Argentina, but I have to play devil's advocate on PhilipDT's point about variety. When (if?) I am finally living in Argentina full-time, I will sorely miss German Riesling and a large selection of affordable and delicious Pinot Noir, not to mention all the great wines from France, Spain, and Italy which can be had for under $20 in USA. Oh, and Champagne at a decent price.Wine is cheaper in the US? Huh? You can get drinkable bottles in Argentina for the equivalent of $2 USD. The same wine in the US would be $10 + tax.