Don't know about most folks, but one of the small things in life that irks me is being forced to ask for a venti, grande, or tall when ordering coffee at Starbucks. I usually cause trouble by asking, "Which one is a small?" Buenos Aires is now the home of at least 5 Starbucks and the uniqueness has yet to wear off. However, the sizes of their drinks are clearly advertised next to the cashier as "small", "medium", and "large." None of the venti or grande crap they force 'Mericuhns and Canadians to suffer. Of course, it's a bit of a strain on the people of Buenos Aires, the majority of whom do not speak English. But finally! Drink sizes I can easily understand. Oh, and the WiFi is free. Free! Most cafes offer free Wifi so the idea of charging for WiFi service would definitely keep most folks away down her in "the Paris of the South." What do you think of Starbucks' names for the size of their coffees? Vote early and often.