Fodor's Buenos Aires, 2nd Edition: With Side Trips to Gaucho Country, Iguazu, and Uruguay Paperback – Mar 16 2010
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Our first night we found out that a recommended restaurant where we planned to dine closed in 2009 (we have the 2nd edition of this guide published in March 2010). There are other weird inconsistencies; for example one of the maps shows the Four Seasons restaurant (which is reviewed in the book) located blocks away from the hotel itself. The boundaries used for different neighborhoods is also unclear. It can be very difficult to figure out which neighborhoods to look in and restaurants that are all in close proximity and listed in the same neighboorhood in other guides are located in different (and seemingly random) sections in this one.
I've always had good luck with Fodor's guides in the past but this book was a huge let down. One good thing - the shopping section has proven accurate and useful.