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Entries with Keyword holidays

It’s that time of year again! The holidays, when everyone is in a full-on tizzy, acting like things won’t be exactly the same next year. It’s hot, it’s humid, and few things are more depressing than cheap Christmas decorations cluttering …

No matter where you live or what your life looks like, the holidays conjure up a mix of emotions. Maybe it’s a waterfall of nostalgia for your great auntie’s gingerbread cookies, or perhaps it’s fraught with stress ever since your …

The holiday season is officially upon us, and if you’re spending these fiestas in Buenos Aires, perhaps you’ve found yourself scrambling to make plans for Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re an expat orphan that hasn’t been lucky enough …

As our favorite museums, theaters, and cultural centers all grind to a halt for summer vacation and legions of porteños begin their exodus to the Atlantic coast, another year in Buenos Aires comes to a close… And it’s time to …

As the holidays begin to creep closer, signs of Christmas are starting to pop up around the city. Artificial trees and colored lights abound — just take a stroll down any major avenue like Corrientes. Another three day weekend is …

After the flurry of Christmas and New Years, what better way to combat the January blues than to plan ahead for future holidays? While four-day “bridge weekends” are a thing of the past there are still a whole slew of …

While some people on the ground were starting to get enthusiastic about the changes that the Macri administration recently put forward regarding feriados (namely in that it increased the number of long weekends), the proposal faced backlash from various human …

If you were thinking about having a productive Monday morning and going to the supermarket for your week’s supply of groceries, best think again. Most large supermarkets and malls across Argentina will be closed today. Why? Because it’s the Retail …