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London to Buenos Aires, stopover in Texas?

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Hi everyone! I know a lot of you are experts in arranging flights and flying on open jaw tickets, so I was hoping that someone might have some advice. I would like to go to Buenos Aires to visit friends in a few months. I've found some fairly reasonable flight options (<£650 return). A few of them are via Dallas or Houston. I have friends in Texas and would love to spend a few days there, but I can't find a cheap/reasonable way to stop off either on the way there or the way back. The cheap fares I found just have a short stopover of a few hours - not long enough to do anything. Is there a website I can use which lets me enter my desired stopover city and my desired stopover length?

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