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Buscando amor canal 63. In the north-east of Buenos Aires, there's a suburb called "Argentina," a name that was invented when the local people started to use Spanish words as their first language. They named the neighbourhood after the Argentinian flag. I love this suburb, because it has a nice, clean atmosphere, as though it's the middle of nowhere. Here, a street has a sign that reads, "Welcome to Argentina", and there are houses that look like they've been set up for a party. In fact, they've been built just in case of a catastrophe. It's a nice, comfortable neighbourhood, with nice restaurants, but there is a definite sense of place, which makes it seem a bit remote, like a town that hasn't been visited much lately. In fact, this is actually one of the more developed parts of Buenos Aires. In the city centre, people go to their shops, cafes and restaurants on the streets that are separated from the road by a wall. It's a nice, quiet place where people who live here have a decent view of the city. This is the place where the buscando amor canal 62 bus runs along, and you can actually get onto it. On the road is a sign that says: "Bus from the Canal Amor 62 bus stop. If you need a ride, go to bus stop #52". Just walk over and the bus will arrive. At bus stop #52, there is a very nice restaurant. It's one of the most important places on the road and a must do. You will find that the bus stop is not so convenient for the bus because it's just chatroom irani far away. You have to walk there. It's a very long walk that takes 2 hours. But, there are lots of places in this city to eat and to buy souvenirs that you can do in this bus stop.

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