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D R E W

my brother lived in BA for 2 years and loved it. i went to visit him and had a blast. plaza dorrego was great. palermo viejo was my favorite.

i was able to get a ton of great yarn while i was there. i usually receive a few emails a month about yarn shops in BA. if you want a mini yarn shop guide, i have one on my blog...

http://www.drew-o-rama.com/knitblog/buenos_aires_yarn_shops/index.html

Nina

I've never been there, but it looks like a must-visit! I'd love to walk around that antiques quarter!

Kim Gray

A feast for the eyes!

Lizette

Hi Christine. What a wonderful post. We just came back from living in Buenos Aires (Palermo) for three months. It was a very unique experience. I hope you'll add the talented Veronica Longoni and Sopa de Principe to a future post: http://www.sopadeprincipe.com.ar/ You might want to see Silvina Romero's jewelry too. It would make a nice addition to your shop. She's in Buenos Aires as well http://www.silvinaromero.blogspot.com/

violette

hi Christine! i live in Buenos Aires and I totally agree with the stuff you posted, it's a great city to enjoy art and design, specially the area within Palermo. thanx for such a wonderful post on my city :)

Leonor.

I love these pictures! I'm working for a moodboard and i just loved this blog..

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