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ARGENTINA No garden-variety tour Buenos Aires can be an overwhelming city -- think New York mixed with Paris. I highly recommend licensed private tour guide Marcelo Mansilla. He is enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Marcelo Mansilla, Buenos Aires; 011-15-...
"Stayed at an old, clean and refurbished convent turned bed-and-breakfast in Buenos Aires, Palermo Viejo region. It offers very retro, reasonable rooms in a safe part of town. Great staff to connect you with all the must-see things to do." Malabia House,...
Argentine President-elect Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wants more foreigners to invest in her country's economy, which is growing by 8% annually. But Argentina's recent history of runaway inflation, currency devaluations and huge foreign debt, coupled...
Special to The TimesTHE BEST WAY: From LAX, American, Continental, Delta, Mexican, LAN, United and US Airways offer service to Buenos Aires. Restricted round-trip fares start at $990. TO LEARN MORE Information: Argentina Tourism Office at (212) 603-0443, www.turismo.gov....
Special to The TimesBuenos Aires Forget the exquisite beef, the fine wines for a moment. Buenos Aires has another sophisticated side: its ice cream. Here, the streets are thick with heladerías, each an invitation to taste your way through the vibrant neighborhoods of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterArgentine President Nestor Kirchner has a plan to fight rising inflation and escalating food prices: Let them eat beef. In an extraordinary decision, the government this week announced a six-month ban on most beef exports from the world's third-largest...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHe was a celebrated painter and political agitator who put revolution before art. She was a twentysomething poet, dazzled by her charismatic suitor, David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of the leading Mexican muralists who audaciously combined public art and...
Johannesburg, South Africa A holiday commemorating the struggle against apartheid keeps South African financial markets closed for the day, but Charles Leishman, a gold trader wearing sweat pants, clutches his pocket-sized electronic gizmo and checks...
NEW YORK -- A lawyer has sued Delta Air Lines Inc. for nearly $1 million, claiming the company's incompetent and rude employees made his 80-year-old mother's birthday trip to South America a stressful, costly horror. Richard Roth said he and his family...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAn atmosphere of crisis and tumbling confidence has enveloped Argentina after five years of political stability and robust economic growth. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is facing a rancorous farm revolt in one of the world's major grain-...
Tribune staff reporterThey're the South American equivalents of Williams, Ariz. And why? Because Williams only matters to us tourists -- and only has all those motel rooms -- because a well-known ditch called the Grand Canyon is an hour up the road. Ushuaia, in Argentina,...
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Special to The TimesThe throb of tango music, the sizzle of grilling meat, crowded tables groaning under the weight of portable barbecues loaded with short ribs, sausages and yards of skirt steak that drape over the grills' edges. We're at Buenos Aires Grill in Northridge,...
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