Subject: Buenos Aires
You mean Recoleta (THE place to sit outside at a cafe) and dulce de leche, which can be found at any of the many branches Freddo has throughout the city. Nitpicks aside, it's good advice.

La boca/caminito and San Telmo with the sunday's antique market in Plaza Dorrego. Avenida de Mayo for architecture buffs (french, spanish, fin-de-siecle). Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes for many good paintings (Degas, Van Gogh, Modigliani, Zurbaran, ...). a walk in Palermo (parks, lake). Florida, the street closed to car traffic (go on a working day). Tango: San Telmo or Balvanera for fancy stuff of dubious authenticity; a real tangueria (ask at any hotel) to see how real people dance. Alex