Public transportation is generally reliable and safe. The preferred option for travel within Buenos Aires and other major cities is by radio taxi or "remise" (private car with driver). The best way to obtain taxis and remises is to call for one or go to an established stand, before hailing one on the street. Hotels, restaurants and other businesses can order remises or radio taxis, or private phone numbers for such services upon request. Passengers on buses, trains, and the subway should be alert for pickpockets and should also be aware that these forms of transport are sometimes affected by strikes or work stoppages. On the next episode of The Amazing Race: Spoiler [size=+2]Who Says Pageant Girls Don't Eat?[/size] The teams travel throughout Argentina during the race's third leg. A rivalry is born when one Team rudely interrupts another while trying to get travel information. Several Teams decide to work together, but after getting ahead, one duo becomes impatient with the group and slips away. Will they get ahead? How will the group react when they realize they've been ditched? Thanks to the stubbornness of Lance, who insists on taking advice from some clueless locals, he & Marshall get lost and wander aimlessly in the freezing cold. After taking the lead over other Teams, one duo is stopped cold when faced with the task of eating a daunting amount of caviar. A Team member is reduced to tears, convinced that finishing the task will be impossible. Will they go from first to last?