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Torres del Paine, Finding Beauty at the End of the World

As our bus climbs upwards through winding Andean roads, an unexpected stop is suddenly announced and passengers slowly begin to descend one by one. Grateful for the chance to stretch my legs after hours of traveling

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San Telmo Art & History Walk: A Tour Through the Neighborhood’s Myth and Legend

Let me start of by admitting something about myself. I love tours. Walking, graffiti, or a historical walking tour, they are each a sensual treat on my proverbial cake. So when given the chance to attend the <a href="

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Family Vacation: Salta Style

I’m a true mountain lover at heart (being a Colorado native, that isn’t too hard to believe). While everyone in Buenos Aires may be saying, “this place would be perfect if only it had a beach!”…I’m on

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WWOOFing Around in Argentina

As summer hits Argentina and the idea of spending every waking moment outside becomes an exciting reality, Claire McKeever shares highlights of her time in the outdoors on a WWOOFing (Worldwide Opportunities

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36 Hours at Atempo Design Hotel

Stay in Hollywood, hang in Soho.

That’s what I always tell friends that are coming to visit. Despite the flood of galleries, bars, restaurants and shops that have overtaken Palermo Hollywood and its equally hip neighbor

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48 Hours in Mar Del Plata

6 friends, 1 airbnb apartment, 3 bottles of Tequila, and 48 hours in beautiful Mar del Plata for the perfect weekend getaway.

Our last minute trip to Mar del Plata was inspired by giving a surprise <span style="font-weight

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Plaza de Amas, Cusco, Peru

Passport to Peru: A 5 Minute Guide to Cusco

At first, Cusco seems quaint, small, and orderly: dignified churches and respected ruins dot the area giving the city a stately, somber allure; a grid of narrow streets converge at the gorgeous, old-world Plaza de Armas; traditionally-dressed women

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Heading North for the Winter, Rio de Janiero Style

On my recent family vacation to Rio de Janeiro, which I am now declaring the world’s sexiest city, I learned something about myself. I am so pale. Tanned, toned, and taught men and women jogging along the Copacabana boardwalk put my pasty

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Home Hotel, Indeed

Article and Photos by Sharon Salt.

Nestled in the middle of its block in Palermo Hollywood, Home Hotel is a small oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires. When its owners Patricia O’Shea

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Summer By The Water: Best Weekend Destinations

Article by Claire McKeever.

Picture this: a cold beer, waves lapping at your feet and the sun setting over the water… Perhaps not an image so strongly connected to Buenos Aires “Capital” but you’ll be glad to

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