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Buenos Aires Travel Guide

A Modern and Well-Documented Trip through Buenos Aires

Posted: Nov. 28th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
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Paul Shirley

Writer Paul Shirley took a trip to Buenos Aires and found some absolutely amazing places that anyone would be smart to visit as well, especially considering it seems like the locations won't be packed with other tourists. Even if you're not planning a trip to Argentina, this is a great read for travelers heading anywhere as a lot of the methods he uses can be applied to most cities around the world.

"I think it would be nice if we could plan a few things. I'd feel better if we had some kind of framework for the trip."

This is part of an email I receive from my cousin, Stephanie, a week before our departure for Buenos Aires.

The original plan was a carpe diem, we're-young-so-why-shouldn't-we kind of trip. We'd each bring a single friend, we said, and if it turned out to be a familial blind date, all the better. But then neither of us could find a friend, which meant that during our five days in Argentina, Stephanie and I became versed in the various ways one can say in Spanish, "No, actually, we're cousins."


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