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    Default Anyone to ask about Argentina?

    I want to go to Argentina for a few months and was wondering if anyone could give me some tips?

    Initially I'm thinking Buenos Aires but I'm open to suggestions on other cool cities. I've come across this website does anyone have experience with it?
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    spammer? o
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    He/she posts a lot, but it seems like the comments are on topic. Palta is the member here who is from Argentina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    spammer? o


    any tips guys and girls??

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    i'm asking because you're new and you posted a link to a business which is why i'm wondering if you're a spammer.
    but if you really want to go to argentina, then yes, we can give you tips.
    palta is from there and i lived in south america and went to argentina many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i'm asking because you're new and you posted a link to a business which is why i'm wondering if you're a spammer.
    but if you really want to go to argentina, then yes, we can give you tips.
    palta is from there and i lived in south america and went to argentina many times.
    ok, thanks... removed the link...

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    you want to go for a few months? do you want to learn spanish and stay mainly in one place, or something or do you want to travel around the country?
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    Buenos Aires is a good place to start, it is the main city and you can fly to other destinations from there. We have several National Parks, mountain landscapes to the west (the Andes), beach cities along the Atlantic ocean, ski resorts in Neuquén and Mendoza, vineyards, there is variety.
    Don't forget to try dulce de leche, asado (choripán included) and empanadas.
    Now we are in winter, high season starts in december.
    Check this out: Argentina - Ministry of Tourism

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    Quote Originally Posted by palta View Post
    Don't forget to try dulce de leche, asado (choripán included) and empanadas.
    Mmmmmmmmmmmm, now I'm hungry again even though I just finished lunch.
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