Needing Info about Argentina?

Mar 31st, 1997, 08:47 PM
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Fabian Lapresa
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Needing Info about Argentina?

If you´re planning to travel around Argentina I can
provide wide info and advice related to this. I live
in Buenos Aires, I´m 27. Ask me about hotels, restaurants,
tours, nightlife, etc. E-Mail me, I´ll answer ASAP.
 
Apr 13th, 1997, 10:43 PM
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Ernie and Beatrice Stinner
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Dear Fabien,
My wife and I are planning a trip to Buenos Aires in March '98.Because we don't speak spanish(only english and german),we would like to stay with a family or on a ranch that offers an all inclusive type accommodation or a bus tour. Could you please suggest something?We are both teachers and would gladly
reciprocate with an Argentine couple.

best regards , Ernie and Beatrice Stinner
 
Apr 23rd, 1997, 10:12 PM
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Alan Nichols
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My wife and I will arrive in Buenos Aires this Saturday (26 April).

We do not have any idea where to stay (would like good cheap accommodation) and would like to spend about two days on a ranch. Do you have any suggestions?

Many thanks
Alan Nichols
 
Apr 25th, 1997, 06:46 AM
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hal gotthelf
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planning trip to ba in feb98 spending 10 days and hope to take in the falls plus other sites like a ranch for a day could you give us idea what a trip by air with 1 nite stay at hotel at the falls cost at a 4 star hotelwhat does a tour cost versus doing it yourself. also a tour to a ranch all inclusive,how much does a car with a driver cost for a day of touring.we have picked some hotels which do you recomendas better we like a large room with a sitting area someting like a mini suite in a nice 4 stat pay 80/100 a nite inc tax and bkf can you recommend we are active seniors like a good location to walk to resturants and the cllle florida.appreciate alll the help we can get
 
May 4th, 1997, 08:25 AM
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Gordose Porcu
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Do you know why Brasil and Argentina are known as brother instead of friend countries?
I'll tell you why.
It's because our friends we can choose.
 
May 26th, 1997, 12:50 PM
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hal gotthelf
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going to ba need to know about hotel nogaro and art deco hotels which do you recomend are they in a good area thanks hal
 
May 28th, 1997, 09:52 AM
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anne stearns
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Help!!!! I am a student planning a trip to argentina for a project, DUE JUNE 4th!!! Need lots of general information, such as what to do in Buenos Aires, etc. Thanks, from Everett, Washington
 
Jun 21st, 1997, 03:23 PM
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Ivy Simoff
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Dear Fabian;
We are planning a trip to BA in October and are interested in sporting events: Thoroughbred horse racing, soccer, baseball in addition to museums, etc. Appreciate your help
 
Jul 8th, 1997, 04:50 AM
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Thomas Rice-Smyth
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I'm going to Buenos Aires next summer'98 and I'm very interested in the Tango and the people that spend their lives with the Tango. I would like as much info as I can get as to what locations, bars etc. and if their would be a centrally located hotel of reasonable cost in the area.
 
Jul 8th, 1997, 04:51 AM
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Thomas Rice-Smyth
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I'm going to Buenos Aires next summer'98 and I'm very interested in the Tango and the people that spend their lives with the Tango. I would like as much info as I can get as to what locations, bars etc. and if their would be a centrally located hotel of reasonable cost in the area.
 
Jul 13th, 1997, 05:05 AM
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Sue Clarendon
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Hey! We'll be travelling to BA & points beyond in January of next year, so I may have more than just this question. For now, though: in some (out-of-date) guidebook, I read that there are rustic cabins within earshot of the creaking of the Moreno Glacier, which are a good alternative to staying in El Calafate. Do you have any info on this? Also, is it possible to rent a studio apartment in BA for a week or less? TX! Sue

 
Jul 13th, 1997, 12:01 PM
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Allan White
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My wife and I will be in Buenos Aires in November and are looking for recommendations on places to stay. In a previous trip assoicated with work, I stayed at the Etoile but it is a bit hit. Any recommendations on a hotel around $100 to $130 with an English speaking staff would be appreciated.

Thanks
 
Jul 21st, 1997, 03:45 PM
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Maria Sutton
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Fabián:
Me puse muy contenta cuando encontré tu mensaje porque yo también soy de Buenos Aires. Trabajo en una empresa norteamericana de sistemas en la parte de relocalización (principalmente ayudando a buscar depto a los extranjeros). Hace poco se me ocurrió hacer un newsletter para todos los extranjeros con todo tipo de información sobre nuestro país, con el objetivo principal de ayudarlos a aprovechar y hacer más grata su estadía aquí.
Por todo esto estaría muy agradecida
 
Jul 28th, 1997, 07:00 AM
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Terry Joyce
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Hi, reading your message I see that the trip you're planning is about the same as what my wife and I are planning a month later. Any info you've obtained that you could share with me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 
Aug 3rd, 1997, 09:35 PM
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daryl hartnett
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A group of us are planning a trip to Patagonia in December/January. The information we have shows entry from Chili not Argentina. Can you tell us what the Argentina side has to offer in Northern Patagonia or give us a recommendation for a ten day trip of your choosing. Thank you.
 

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