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    Buenos Aires

    I have the immense fortune of travelling to Buenos Aires for the first time. I will be attending a wedding, but will also take a few days to do some sight seeing. Guidebooks are wonderful, but I wanted to know what someone who lives there or has worked in BA can recommend from the "urban planning perspective". Any exceptionally designed areas? What about transit? Any great neighborhoods I can "borrow" design cues from? Anything I shouldn't miss out on?

    Luis

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    No idea....

    Never been and may not be able to in my life time, but have fun and say hello to Eva Perone...... I would go look at Acancagua(spelling) that big mountain out west......but that's just me....
    Skilled Adoxographer

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    Quote Originally posted by The One
    Never been and may not be able to in my life time, but have fun and say hello to Eva Perone...... I would go look at Acancagua(spelling) that big mountain out west......but that's just me....
    I don't think I'll be doing much travelling outside of BA, but I will be taking LOTS of pictures. I'll post the cool ones here
    Oh, and never say never!

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    Cool

    I'd love to see some photo's of the local architecture and streets.....if you see anything that might be useful for pedestrian access or crossings, snap a photo...
    Skilled Adoxographer

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