Heading to Argentina with children? Cartoonist and book author Ricardo Liniers is a Buenos Aires native with children of his own. His new book The Big Wet Balloon has just been released in English and he offers great advice for seeing Buenos Aires and other parts of Argentina with children of your own.
Buenos Aires, Argentina is home to one of the world’s largest Jewish communities, and the largest in all of Latin America. Population estimates range from 175,000 to 250,000. The neighborhoods of Once and Abasto close to the center of the city still have many synagogues and kosher grocers and restaurants, along with Judaica and Hebrew book stores. Many of these are clustered along Calle Tucuman and Calle Paso, just a short distance from the well-known Abasto Shopping Center. See More.
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Chipper opened in March of 2013 in the Palermo Hollywood neighborhood, bringing a touch of Great Britain to Buenos Aires. One thing that makes it special is that Argentines have long had a love-hate relationship with the British ever since they brought railroads along with pubs and tea houses, forgetting fish and chips. Susan Kennedy, the owner of remedied that. Strawberry blonde with piercing green eyes and a Dublin accent, Susan calls her new restaurant, "an Irish Fish & Chips place," avoiding the often present anti-British sentiment pervading Argentina.