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Apartment Location Advice: Barrio Norte

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With thanks to Avrooster (and others on this forum and TA) for advice on our first trip to BA in 2009, we (dad, mom & college student son) are plannning another visit, in January.  Last time we stayed in Recoleta, near Plaza Vincente Lopez, and liked the area. I read with interest a discussion on this forum about the atributes of the general area of Palermo Botanico, Barrio Norte, etc. and would welcome any thoughts on the location of Buenos Aires Habitat apartment below (Anchorena and Santa Fe). We are looking neither for posh nor hip, but prefer a "real" neighborhood - shops, local restaurants, markets, etc., with access to transportation and parks.
http://www.buenosaireshabitat.com/apartment_n414.html
Many thanks.

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