Argentina

Buenos Aires one, two, ten, ...

Buenos Aires is like I imagined it. Charming, captivating, sensual. A city that you never get bored of seeing: one, two, ten, a hundred times. It was the beginning and ...

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The natural equilibrium of Iguazu ...

The Iguazu Falls between Argentina and Brazil are named after the Iguazu River, which in the Guaraní language, the native population, is referred to as “agua grande”  for the width ...

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Five stops well worth making ...

Jorge Mario Bergoglio was plucked from his post as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, transported to Vatican City and installed as Pope Francisco, the first Pope to hail from Latin America, ...

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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, on the east coast of South America where the Río de la Plata meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its neoclassical architecture, cafe culture, and ...

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Ushuaia

Pinned snugly in a U-shaped cove facing the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is a substantial metropolis of 70.000 people. Colorful clapboard houses with rickety staircases and corrugated roofs at impossible angles ...

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How to spend 48 hours ...

As the southernmost town on the South American continent and last outpost before Antarctica, Ushuaia has earned the name el Fin del Mundo. There is even a post office from ...

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Crossing countries in Patagonia

Few places in the world provoke wonder like Patagonia. The expanse of land, carved by the Andes Mountain Range and reaching down to the end of the earth, stretches between ...

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New opening on 2017!

Half the fun of any vacation is the hotel you stay in; and many of today’s properties are so chic that often times, they’re the sole reason for the trip ...

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A South American cruise on ...

Every year, as part of the new year’s tradition, people resolve to do all kinds of things such as eat healthier, get back in shape or finally ask for that ...

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Which road for your trip?

The road is the purest symbol of the journey so much so that, not coincidentally, the title of the famous novel by Jack Kerouac. They come in all types, but ...

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