Footprint Argentina

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Footprint Handbooks, 2006 - Travel - 644 pages
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From nights dancing the tango in Buenos Aires to gaucho riding in the grasslands of the Pampas to celebrity spotting on the ski slopes of Bariloche, Argentina offers visitors a vast array of entertainment and adventure. 'Footprint Argentina' covers all the basics with current, critical listings of where to eat, stay, and play. Loaded with information on feasts and festivals, food, fashion, fads, and folklore, it details the history, politics, and culture of Argentina - the birthplace of the Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara, stomping ground of Madonna, and source of Evita worship. It includes a double-page color highlight map, basic Spanish for visitors, a planning guide, and detailed information on Patagonia and the adventure travel scene.

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Christabelle Dilks lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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