Hotel Raco de Buenos Aires

Yapeyu 271, Buenos Aires, 1202, Argentina
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GIC Argentina... Spanish language study

by sezzy100


Has anyone heard of GIC Argentina? I will be studying with them in Buenos Aires for 3 months this year and I would like to know what to expect.


Re: GIC Argentina... Spanish language study

by travel-writer

Hi; i never heard about the GIC but i tend to post such extra advise in case it will (perhaps) help you to understand the way how to learn; i think/beleive that spanish is one of the most languages that you may learn in a short time let's say a limited time.the grammer is not that big deal you need to learn the vocabulry and the second things which is must;is to try the possible to comunicate with spanish speackers. i know poeple who never studied the language and they write/talk it fluently; i found out that while i traveled in north africa.
well!! i don't know if that's really help but let's puted under 'extra info' or under the barr ( DO YOU KNOW???).

Re: GIC Argentina... Spanish language study

by lizahaffeld

I havent heard from that school either, but there are so many options that I decided to attend UBA when I was there as it was safer option and not that expensive, anyway I did private lessons when i realised that group lessons were not going to make me improve fast because nobody corrected me on time and i was spending my time. I took spanish lessons with a fantastic teacher she teaches groups and one on one is very professional and experienced and she knows exactly what to teach you to make you learning faster and in more effective way, her website is
I can highly recoomend her services, she also organizes history lessons for all students and some other activities.



Re: GIC Argentina... Spanish language study

by Kajsak

I havenĀ“t hear about GIC either, but I can recommend you Verbum school in Buenos Aires. I have studied there for 3 months and I was very happy with my course and host-family.
The staff is very helpful and they also offer free extra activities every week.
Enjoy your travel!

Re: GIC Argentina... Spanish language study

by travel-writer

Verbum school ; i've heard good about it,

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

El Vino

by leok

Over recent years Argentinian wine has left behind its reputation of poor quality and now commands high prices around the world.

Current economic problems mean you have the chance to try out some of the top bottles at great prices. Even the most basic parilla will often have a decent wine menu so there's plenty of opportunity to experiment.

Red Malbecs are generally very good and even some of the cheaper bottles go down all to easily.

Dulce de leche

by PierreZA

Could be translated as "sweet milk". You will come across this decadent sweet conserve in one or other form. It might be ice-cream, chocolate covered sweets, just as it is, liquer etc.
It is very sweet, and made of milk, sugar and vanilla.

My Way! Ice Skating!

by solcitom87

i love ice skating!!!!!!! but for me it's kind of expensive! $arg 16 for one hour or $arg 20 for all the time you want in one day...

Anyway if you like ice skating you can go to "My way" just for fun! and for laugh ! The last time i went , i didn' t fell to the ice ! :P ice skate! it's included with the entrance ticket"

Recoleta Graveyard

by DPando

One of the most famous graveyards in B.A is located in Recoleta .. known by everybody is full of tourist looking for the most famous or VIP Buenos aires inhabitants
I just took a few tour for some pics and no more else .. i just fancy a few behold such an "architecture"

great jazz and bossa

by adri_rios about Club Lounge

A great place, with live music from Tuesday to Saturday nights, plus happy-hours on Wednesdays and Fridays which also include a live band, usually playing brazilian rhythms! I especilly love the variety of the musical selection and the friendly service and atmosphere.

Wednesday 3 Oct. Jorge Cutello Brazilian Jazz 9pm
Thrursday 4 Oct. Jorgelina Aleman Jazz 9pm
Friday 5 Oct Esteban Morgado/Leo Sujatovich Tango 10pm
Saturday 6 Oct "Bar Trio" (Astarita-Baraj-Remus) Jazz 10pm Informal, but nice


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