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Getting your Brazilian visa in Buenos Aires occupies a few hours of sightseeing time in the Argentine capital, but ensures you won’t get turned away at any Brazilian land or air borders for not having one.
As the American economy and psyche struggle to recover from our own collapse, I can’t help but wonder: Is today’s Argentina a preview of tomorrow’s United States?
Two of the Buenos Aires’ neighborhoods remain disproportionately popular among backpackers and other budget travelers: Palermo and San Telmo.
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