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Open air/street markets/antique markets/plaza markets

by singltravlr

I will be there for 2 weeks in November and really enjoy going to outdoor markets. I have been to San Telmo but am looking for other markets either daily or on the weekends that aren't quite so touristy; although I will probably return to San Telmo! Buying is not a priority...being amongst the people is. Want to stay in Palermo so will go to Plaza Serrano. I also like good covered markets just to walk and mingle. Any favorite resturants in Palermo would be appreciated. Read somewhere about Mirasol but can't find the site so if anyone knows it, let me know. Am anxious to return for a longer stay this time. Thanks so much for any help.

Re: Open air/street markets/antique markets/plaza markets

by Porteno

There is the market at the Plaza Serrano and the hippie market in the Recoleta Park but not exactly less touristy. But are you not a tourist? As for the restaurant are you referring to El Mirasol? It is a very well known parrillas, located at Posadas 1032 very near the Four Seasons Hotel. However if you are seeking places that are not quiet so touristy then you might consider many others. On my profile page I list some of my favorite places if you have particular tastes then message me here and I will offer other suggestions.

suerte
SAM

Re: Open air/street markets/antique markets/plaza markets

by vtveen

We really like the Feria de Mataderos; during our visit we were almost the only tourists around. See for more info and pics:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/17875d/4/175d3c/

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Open air/street markets/antique markets/plaza markets

by treyond

Hi there, if you want to buy some antiques you got the feria de las pulgas is near to Palermo in Niceto street and Dorrego. I got some antiques from my gradmother`s house that i want to sell, if you`re interested please emailme. Bye.

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Different forms and sounds of Spanish

by barryg23

Many people believe it's the influence of Italian immigrants that makes the Spanish spoken in Buenos Aires sound so different from Spanish everywhere else in Latin America. Whatever the cause is, the accent and sounds here are certainly different to Spanish you will here in Spain or other parts of Latin America.

The biggest difference is the "ll" sound which portenos pronounce like an English "sh", rather than like English "y" as is the norm. So a word like pollo (chicken), comes out as "posho" rather than "poyo" to an English speaker. This difference was originally confined to BA, but from our experience it seems to have spread to Uruguay, Paraguay and the rest of Argentina. The "y" sound in BA is also pronounced as an English "sh" in certain cases.

Another thing to look out for is the "Vos" form of verbs which is often used instead of the "Tu" form. This form has almost died out in Spain nowadays but it was used in the 16th century, and hence introduced by the Conquistadores. Argentina, unlike the rest of Latin America, has kept on using it. Just our luck to have picked BA as a place to learn Spanish!!

MY DEAREST PRIMO IN ARGENTINA

by RafaelTheSecond

Gustavo is a lovely person, he always have been such a great person since he was little, and I had the privilege to know him for years and years! I am so glad he has a nice job, and just like me and his brother, he is the citizen of the world and he has the lucky to live in this lovely cosmopolitan town called Buenos Aires. He is clever, and has a great heart of gold, and excelent humour!

We both like Amsterdan!!! :)

He was a very dear presence in my birthday!

September 28th, 2005

Tigre

by sof76

If you are in buenos aires, don't miss going to Tigre. Is an excursion of 4 hours (at least) and truly that is worth going! During weekends there is a fair in the port of fruits where they seld very nice and cheap handycrafts. A trip in a catamaran by the islands of the Tigre, it's a must! But try to go in a shinny day!
To go there you may take the train at Retiro that ends in Tigre, it's an hour trip by train and the ticket (We call it boleto) costs $0.95 (argentine peso).

Si estas en buenos Aires, no te pierdas la ida a Tigre. Es una excursion de al menos 4 horas, pero vale la pena hacerla. Durante los fines de semana hay una feria en el Puerto de frutos donde se venden artesanias muy lindas y baratas. Un viaje en catamaran por las islas de Tigre es obligatorio!! Traten de ir en un dia de sol!
Para ir a Tigre se puede tomar el tren en Retiro que finaliza en Tigre, es una hora de viaje y el ticket (boleto, como lo llamamos nosotros) cuesta $0.95.

Only products made in Argentina...

by kalanialoha about Tienda Puro Diseno

The great thing about this shop is that all of the products are from Argentina...many of them handmade. They have such a wide mix of unique product offerings. Leathergoods, Handmade jewelry, Unique home furnishings, special soaps in great gift packaging, etc. Handmade earrings - $10+, Coin purse - $13, set of 3 packaged soaps - $7

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