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Buenos Aires Postcards
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Tango, por favor!
Etiquette | If you are interested in dancing, show your intentions.
Excuse yourself and stand by the edge of the dance floor to let others know of your intentions; if you are with a group or at a table, that might prevent others from approaching you. Do not expect someone to interrupt your conversation with another. Try not to carry on a prolonged conversation if you are close to the edge of the dance floor, give room to those looking to dance.
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Things to do in Buenos Aires | Mercado de la Pulgas
Between Alvarez Thomas and Dorrego, Colegiales.
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am-7pm. This covered market is a treasure trove of antique and recycled furniture, vintage goods and other curiosities. Worth strolling through if you’re in the Palermo Hollywood neighbourhood just next door.
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Top 10 foods to try in #Argentina | Dulce de Leche
Loosely translated as “milk jam,” this thick caramel is the result of condensed milk, reduced slowly until sweetened and sticky. Look for in it everything from alfajores, to dessert empanadas, to another national favourite, helado.
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Time to relax and have some mate :)
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Tango, por favor!
Etiquette | Dress appropriately for the event.
For a milonga, dress up a little. You cannot go wrong with black; tango is an elegant dance. For a practica, dress comfortably and sensibly. Be tasteful; avoid displaying any body parts not generally acceptable in public. Wear shoes with heels to help properly distribute your weight forward; they should also allow you to turn on the ball of your foot with ease – this applies to the gentlemen as well. If you wear accessories or jewelry, make sure they do not turn into assault weapons while dancing.
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Things to do in Buenos Aires | Feria Artesanal de Parque Centenario
Between Patricias Argentinas and Machado, Caballito.
Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm-7pm. This market circles the huge Centenario Park, west of the city centre. It’s a flea market-come-second-hand clothing bonanza, and less touristy than the other markets listed.
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Top 10 foods to try in #Argentina | Provoleta
Argentineans give whole new meaning to grilled cheese with provoleta. A consequence of the significant Italian immigration to Argentina, provoleta is the country’s variant on provolone cheese.
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We want to know! What is your favorite empanada flavor?
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