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Updates from Argentina
Wednesday, 11 July 2007
Old Tractors from Argentina, Chile or Uruguay
Topic: Antique Tractors
Antique steam tractors found in Argentina ......... The World’s barn tractors Commonly known as the world’s barn, Argentina for as long as it has existed, has provided the world with its best prime products: grain and meat. Our outstanding fields have been an incredible initial advantage for the development of these activities at a world scale. As the planet evolved and technology was more and more a key factor for all kinds of productions, our country –who acknowledged that- began to develop the best possible machinery for our field production. However the first big input in this field came from abroad. The United States, who were also developing at a incredibly high range their field had come up with the world’s most efficient tractor. Massey, Ferguson, John Deere, Henry Ford, are just some of the most outstanding businessman ever, they have revolutionized field production forever.
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And so if you are travelling down here to B's A's and Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina



Posted by bob frassinetti at 8:30 PM
Updated: Wednesday, 11 July 2007 8:35 PM
Saturday, 7 July 2007
More Information Real Estate Argentina
Topic: Real Estate Argentina
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 10:22 PM
The Now How to Buying Real Estae in Argentina
Topic: How to Buy Real Estate
The Know How on purchasing property in Argentina. Investing in Argentina 
The growing interest of the Argentine real estate market among foreigners has not yet found a maximum. From productive business to holiday homes, Americans, French, English, Dutch are buying their dream property for little money and tons of potential.
As it always happens when embarking in new ventures, information is the key word to a complication free smooth deal. We’ve provided insightful tips and data, published articles in and around the web and forums. However, after reading some of the threads in renamed sites as well as due to the large number of inquires we had regarding this particular matter from our readers and frequent net surfers, we thought that the best way to clarify the process was through means of an easy ten step description.
As follows you’ll be able to read a simple and clear direction steps going all the way from deciding on buying a property to actually doing so, complication free!  
Ten easy steps to buying your property here in Argentina 
1)     Start searching for your property with the help of a Real Estate or Consulting Agent
2)     Choose the property
3)     Get a personal Tax number
4)     Choose a property lawyer known as an “escribano” to help in your purchase and signing the final title of property
5)     Make an written offer thru the Real Estate Agent with a symbolic down payment of no more than a 1 or 2% value of property
6)     Choose best way to get funds into the country thru an exchange operator or an international branch of your home bank.
7)     Transfer legally funds into the country
8)     Offer to go straight to the Purchase of the Apartment, passing over the Boleto de Compra Venta, which is a private contract between to 2 parties, the seller and the buyer of the properties. Going directly to the Escritura or final deed of title which takes around anything from 15 to 30 days. This simpliyies the operation, but its not always possible.
9)     Pay and sign final property deed with seller and with your escribano.
10)  Get it certified and inscribed by your “escribano” and bingo! Finished .
Above we’ve provided just an out line of a synthesized version in Ten easy steps… 
During the upcoming days we’ll be describing in time more detailed information.

 

We would gladly receive all sorts of contributions from insiders and experts to personal experiences.! All in all we’ll be providing our own double checked information to both simplify and clarify the know how in becoming the owner of your dream home in Buenos Aires or anywhere else in Argentina.

 

For more information on apartments Buenos Aires or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti.
Apartment Rent on Defensa Street 251, Buenos Aires.

Staying in Monserrat and San Telmo, a wonderful experience for the traveller who wants more…  Monserrat and San Telmo is the top hip location in the city without exuding the “made for the tourist” feel some other places in the region might have. Bohemian, Artistic, Cultural, Amazing San Telmo is an expression of the novel Buenos Aires. This is the all friendly area for travellers par excellence, the artists’ place, the city with a plus; that’s why locals and visitors alike love this place.  With a huge array of gourmet options mixed and matched with a broad variety of true local pubs, tango bars and cafes, Monserrat and San Telmo has what it takes. Just a stone throw away from any other major city site, San Telmo is indeed a perfect spot for the traveller who wants independence, freedom of movement at the time he or she wishes to capture the essence of “Portenos”, that’s what we are called.  And while some prefer the traditional hotel option during their stay, we know that those travellers who travel following the lemma “When in Rome, do what Romans do”, rather prefer to stay at their own place and enjoy Argentina as an Argentine. If that is your case, we have this apartment Fully Furnished for RENT on Defensa Street, but first take a look at the surrounding areas ...

 

Defensa Street and 251, Everything along Defensa Street, in-between the Alsina and Moreno Street, from the Saint Francis Church, the City Museum, the old Pharmacy on the corner and a great place to eat “asados”, our Barbeques….. And last but not least, the Building at Defensa 251 where we have apartments to Rent. For more information on Buenos Aires email: Email: admin@frassinetti.com Bob Frassinetti. Contact me by phone Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!
Puerto Rico Bar and Coffee 

 

And so if you Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina




Posted by bob frassinetti at 5:01 PM
Updated: Saturday, 7 July 2007 5:08 PM
Monday, 2 July 2007
And Now Tango for 2 or 3 or 4 or .........
Topic: Tango Tours
Topic And now Tango Tours  Buenos Aires is the city of Tango. There’s no argument on this matter –may be with those who live in Montevideo, Uruguay, who as our brothers in culture share many of our traditions and dances. In these days in which this gorgeous river port side city welcomes visitors from all over the world, sometimes I find myself trying to explain things that have been so naturally always like this all my life. One of these traditions is Tango. Social and sensual par excellence this typical “Portenan”  dance and music has been part of my daily life for as long as I can remember, though I never wondered about its way of being… to me it was just there. However in recent months as I began looking deeply into my culture thanks to the constant cultural exchange we are going through.  I first discovered –to my deep surprise- that the word tango has an African origin. It has been one of those wicked things to learn about. Why African, especially if the Afro Argentinean population is not so big in Buenos Aires?  A bit of history and culture helped me clear this matter up. During the 19th century our country received a huge immigration flow from all over the world, and Africans did came to Argentina, some were slaves, some others former slaves who were looking for a place to begin a new life, and since Buenos Aires was one of the latest cities of Colonial Latin America to develop, and one of the first to be independent from the Spanish. Afro Argentineans worked in the heart of the city, the port side area –today’s San Telmo and La Boca quarters- and had a deep cultural influence: dances –malambo, tango, candombe or barilo (the proper Argentinean version, nowadays pretty much extinguished); food –mondongo, chinchulines, and language –mandinga, etc-.  All and all, I wasn’t that convinced that the Argentinean Tango was a translation of an African dance, specially if we consider the fact that there are no similar dances to Tango in any African country. In spite of that, we can trace influences from other dances such as the Candombe – a sexy rhythm moving to the beat of drums- as well as the famous Afro Cuban dance known as Habanera –influencing the languid type of dance.  I kept on trying to get to know what till recently was natural and properly ours.  After some reading and –many, many- questions to those specialized in the matter I began to tie some loose ends.  Tango was –and still is- a popular dance, of the lower classes. At first it was danced among men. Some people say that this dance was the entertainment lower class men had while awaiting their turn in the local cabaret… Strange and funny the hypotheses that have arose around this matter, though none of these was confirmed, and may be they would never will, for popular classes traditions were not documented until recent times and there are not many other sources to turn to. Nonetheless, we do know that the music and dance developed side by side, one depending and being influenced by the other. One other information we have is that during its early years tango music had no lyrics, these were a latter addition to a developed musical base. And thought it was –and still is- a rich rhythm and composition, it was depicted by the educated Argentinean classes even until the early 1902. This only began to change when this new and innovative was welcomed and appreciated in Europe. Tango –as all, dance, music, rhythm, and culture- kept on developing and growing until today and it’ll hopefully will keep it on. This states how much this is a live dance and spirit that evolves and recreates itself. Though during the 70s, 80s and early 90s tango was a bit forgotten, even more to the younger generations, from mid 90s until recently it has regained its place in local culture with renewed power and strength. This statement is crystal clear when one tours around the “milongas portenas” any night of the week. They are packed with young and talented dancers –as well as experienced older ones too- who have learnt how to cross their modern culture with their mother culture… Dressed in eclectic outfits, these many couples –some wearing sneakers, some the proper shoes- twirl around the main dance floor bewitching the inexperienced dancers who admire their talent and Chemistry… those couples we want to emulate when we achieve our first combination of steps.  

Si if you are travelling for Tango, you will need an apartment in that best part of town, so its this one ... Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. And so if you are interested in Fashion Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 6:04 PM
Saturday, 30 June 2007
Cafe La Puerto Rico , down town Buenos Aires
Topic: Apartment Rent

Cafe La Puerto Rico opened its doors for the first time in 1887. Today is a notable bar-café, a protected historical café by the city's government and also listed in the Book Cafes de Buenos Aires, see photos below…..

 

 

 
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This book is tiled in Spanish as Cafes de Buenos Aires, Coffee Bars in Buenos Aries 
Puerto Rico, on Alsina Street ...... Modern or Classic, hip or traditional, shaggy or well staged, the option is as broad as one can imagine. This is a two century old tradition that started with the flows of European Immigrants. Those origin old continent marks can be traced in our cafes. For example, the great pleasure taken in small strong cups of espresso coffee is without a doubt Italian origin. While the Spanish input can be found in the variety of snack like appetizers known in the Peninsula as Tapas and in Buenos Aires as picada (literally meaning chopped, for it consists in small plates of cold cuts, cheese, veggies, etc) or tablita (because it was sually served in a wooden cutting board). As to the other influence, I think France is the place; for no other country in the planet worships cafes as a philosophical round table scenario as French and Argentines do. The combination of those influences together with the very sense of Argentines and portenos created a particular cafe culture that's typical of our capital city. Visitors from around the globe when visiting Buenos Aires usually delight themselves with great food, but the last place they think that might raise some eyebrows is a cafe, but it happens. After the perfect grilled Argentine steak, the most delicious pasta dish and superb ice cream, the culinary surprises brought by the argentine palate might seem covered. But you haven't tried Buenos Aires flavour until you enjoy an espresso and a tostado. The consistency and rich flavor beheld in the small cup complements perfectly crispy thin bread layers mixed with just a perfect slice of ham and cheese. Within its simplicity this true Argentine combo is a treat to the senses. So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! Or Phone: +54 911 4475 3983 or in B's A's: 15 4475 3983 ) Invest in Argentina Real Estate an uprunning opportunity with a Future Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.
 
 Its black stone façade brought up by its pompous windows and lovely carpentry; behold the entrance to a timeless ambiance of tango, coffee, pastry and a lot more. A day like today back in 1887, in the Southern neighbourhood of Monserrat near the city's Cathedral, the quarter changed for good, once Don Gumersindo Cabedo opened La Puerto Rico, filling the air with the ever sweet smell of freshly grinned coffee. The café's name is in honour of the paradise like country of Puerto Rico, where the owner used to live before finally settling in Buenos Aires. Firstly located on Peru Street, but by 1925, La Puerto Rico moved to its actual location on Alsina 416 where we find it today. Just around the corner from the apartment we have to rent, on Defensa Street 251……….  Famous personalities of the local political scene such as Jose Ingenieros, Paul Groussac, Arturo Capdevilla, Jose Maria Monner Sanz and Rafael Obligado as well as artists such Willy Guzman, Alberto E. Lopez an outstanding photographer, Alberto Selvaggi watchmaker, architect Jose Maria Pena were among its frequent visitors. For many years, this café was the chosen spot for the National Buenos Aires School alumnae -the most important and sophisticated top notch college in the city.  This house of coffee, passion and tango is one of the three oldest houses in the city, and it has maintained original to present. It is a must for every visitor and local seeking to discover the original feel of Buenos Aires, its people and its traditions.  

 

Staying in Monserrat and San Telmo, a wonderful experience for the traveller who wants more…  Monserrat and San Telmo is the top hip location in the city without exuding the “made for the tourist” feel some other places in the region might have. Bohemian, Artistic, Cultural, Amazing San Telmo is an expression of the novel Buenos Aires. This is the all friendly area for travellers par excellence, the artists’ place, the city with a plus; that’s why locals and visitors alike love this place.  With a huge array of gourmet options mixed and matched with a broad variety of true local pubs, tango bars and cafes, Monserrat and San Telmo has what it takes. Just a stone throw away from any other major city site, San Telmo is indeed a perfect spot for the traveller who wants independence, freedom of movement at the time he or she wishes to capture the essence of “Portenos”, that’s what we are called.  And while some prefer the traditional hotel option during their stay, we know that those travellers who travel following the lemma “When in Rome, do what Romans do”, rather prefer to stay at their own place and enjoy Argentina as an Argentine. If that is your case, we have this apartment Fully Furnished for RENT on Defensa Street, but first take a look at the surrounding areas ...

 

 
Defensa Street and 251, Everything along Defensa Street, in-between the Alsina and Moreno Street, from the Saint Francis Church, the City Museum, the old Pharmacy on the corner and a great place to eat “asados”, our Barbeques….. And last but not least, the Building at Defensa 251 where we have apartments to Rent. For more information on Buenos Aires email: Email: admin@frassinetti.com Bob Frassinetti. Contact me by phone Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!
Puerto Rico Bar and Coffee 

 

And so if you Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

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