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Santiago, Chile & Buenos Aires, Argentina

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We are planning a return trip to BsAs for January, 2012; we were there this past January and loved it!! We'd like to go to Santiago, Chile "on the way", for a few days. We depart from the NYC area airports, preferrably Newark. At first, we were considering a side trip from BsAs to Mendoza for 2 nights. Just thought of an alternative idea: a day trip from Santiago to the Chilean wine country instead.

Has anyone flown from NYC to Santiago, then to BsAs, then a round-trip from BsAs to Mendoza, then back to NYC? What is the best way to do this? Also, what are your thoughts about Mendoza vs. the Chilean wine country? Thank you very much for your advice.

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