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Faded Glory – The History of British Investment in Argentina

Posted by on Jan 17, 2011

By Brian Berenty Guest Contributor US expat since 2000 Over the course of more than 100 years, England invested billions of dollars in Argentina. Today, Buenos Aires is a shadow of...

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Traveling Argentina

Argentine Travel Guide: How to get cheap tickets to Buenos Aires

Posted by on Aug 25, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Staff Writer Your thinking about visiting Argentina, and you are wondering how you can get the best price on flights to Buenos Aires. You hear about some people...

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Life as an Expat

Buenos Aires Ranks Among Top 5 Noisiest Cities

Posted by on Dec 31, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Editor in Chief American Expat Since 2008 The screech of taxis sliding to a stop after jamming on their brakes, and then followed sweetly thereafter by the ever...

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Faded Glory – The History of British Investment in Argentina

Faded Glory – The History of British Investment in Argentina

Jan 17, 2011

By Brian Berenty Guest Contributor US expat since 2000 Over the course of more than 100 years, England invested billions of dollars in Argentina. Today, Buenos Aires is a shadow of its glorious past. Argentina is like an old girlfriend who kicked you to the curb after you showered her with a fortune in diamonds, furs and expensive clothing over the course of...

Buenos Aires Ranks Among Top 5 Noisiest Cities

Buenos Aires Ranks Among Top 5 Noisiest Cities

Dec 31, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Editor in Chief American Expat Since 2008 The screech of taxis sliding to a stop after jamming on their brakes, and then followed sweetly thereafter by the ever so pleasant piercing sound of them laying on the horn…wait three seconds and repeat, and there you have an average soundbite from a typical evening in downtown Buenos Aires....

Former Argentine Dictator Videla Sentenced To Life By Court

Former Argentine Dictator Videla Sentenced To Life By Court

Dec 27, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Editor in Chief CORDOBA, Argentina – Jorge Videla, former military dictator of Argentina, was found guilty on Wednesday on charges of committing crimes against humanity during Argentina’s infamous “Dirty War” against left-wing dissidents. The former army general along with a military junta, came to power in a military...

La Catedral – My Favorite Hidden Authentic Argentine Tango Spot

La Catedral – My Favorite Hidden Authentic Argentine Tango Spot

Dec 21, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Editor in Chief Buenos Aires In English.com Buenos Aires is the birthplace of Tango. And it has been said that Tango is the soul of the city, the blues is to Chicago, and Jazz to New Orleans. But here the connection between the music, and the very substance of the city runs deeper than I believe any other place on Earth. Only here do you...

English Documentary About Argentina’s “Dirty War”

English Documentary About Argentina’s “Dirty War”

Dec 12, 2010

The scars of Argentina’s “Dirty War” are everywhere you look in the country. From the plaques on the streets showing where the so tragically termed “Desaparecidos” had lived, and were abducted from, to the Madres de la plaza de mayo, the mothers and grandmothers of these very same people, who still march weekly in front of the...

US Goverment Cable Says”Argentina Awash In Drug Money”

US Goverment Cable Says”Argentina Awash In Drug Money”

Dec 12, 2010

By Dominick DalSanto Editor in Chief BuenosAiresInEnglish.com Argentina has made the front page news across the international media this month with a recently leaked secret U.S. Embassy cable sent from Buenos Aires that bluntly describes Argentina as becoming awash in drug money due to lax prosecution of organized crime. Even going so far as to accuse president...

Inflation In Argentina, Why It Affects Everyone

Inflation In Argentina, Why It Affects Everyone

Nov 23, 2010

Hearing the word Inflation in the developed world, tends to conjure some vague idea of economic problems facing the developing world. But for Argentina a highly developed nation, inflation is a very real problem, that affects every Argentine. Every time you go to the local market to buy food, or out to eat, or look to buy some clothes, you see how the prices are...

Argentine Tango Spreads To US Airports

Argentine Tango Spreads To US Airports

Nov 19, 2010

Being at the airport is hardly an experience most people look forward to going through. In fact I would compare it to getting your tooth pulled at the dentist, something we do because we have to, not because we want to by any means. However on Monday, October 18, a group of people decided to ease the pain of those with the airport blues, by giving them a touch...