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Things to See in Buenos Aires

CITY OF ANGELS:  Recoleta Cemetery. The French-style chateau, Casa de los Leones (the Lion House), its gables silhouetted against the bleached sky. Acquired in 1880 by Eustaquio Diaz Velez, a millionaire who loved lions and raised them in his garden, Casa de los Leones is one of Buenos Aires Buenos Aires’s most intriguing properties. According to legend, one of the animals attacked and killed his daughter’s fiance on the day of her engagement party. The girl was so overcome with grief she killed…

One of the worlds best wine growing regions- Mendoza (Valle de Uco)

Argentina has built up a world-class wine industry, luring a flood of wine tourists, but boosting the quality quotient is still keeping its winemakers hard at work. The century-old industry, with its heart in the Mendoza area in the southwest, has increased volume by leaps and bounds in the past two decades, with Argentina’s malbec-based reds drawing raves worldwide. “In the broad scheme of everything going on with wine around the world, we have a long way to go,” said Martin Castro, who runs a vineyard…

Paraguay has one of the fastest growing economies in the world

  Paraguay new president, the tobacco magnate Horacio Cartes, admits to having an “obsession”: his country’s economic growth rates. Certainly, they are impressive. Paraguay’s double-digit growth this year will make it one of the fastest expanding economies in the world. But Cartes, who was elected president in April, told Bloomberg that his government would like to see 7 to 8 per cent annual growth “on a permanent basis”. This would be achieved by ploughing $2.5bn in public and private investment…

The Pacific Alliance Trade Alliance Block in South America gains traction

In June 2012, The Pacific Alliance (Alianza del Pacifíco) was formed. The alliance comprises of four Latin American countries: Peru, Mexico, Colombia, and Chile. The alliance aims to produce free trade and economic integration between its member states. These countries all have strong economies, Mexico and Chile are members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and Peru and Colombia are in the process of applying for membership. By forming a trade bloc, the countries have further…

Bringing up Children to be Bi or Multilingual is a must in todays interconnected world

Bringing up Children to be Bi or Multilingual is a must in todays interconnected world Children raised bilingual or multilingual in the early days will mix languages. They make errors by using the syntax of one language and the words of another. (“Touch the guitar”, my old Spanish teacher’s daughter would say, instead of “Play the guitar”.) But these problems disappear quickly. By three or four, children reliably separate the languages, knowing which can be spoken with whom. Their fluency in each…

Using Social Media in Marketing and Using Key Words in Media Advertising Keep GTSA at the top of Google Search Results

WHY DOES GTSA SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION & SOCIAL MEDIA IN MARKETING FOR ITS CLIENTS? SIMPLE REALLY :  IT IS THE KEY TO THE  ONLINE VISIBILITY FOR OUR CLIENTS’ PROPERTIES AND SPECIAL PROJECTS In the past 5 years real estate marketing has changed dramatically right around the world.  In line with being a global marketplace for buyers, news papers as an advertising media are being replaced by the Social Media boom. We,  like others observing this were looking to increase…