Among the finest food you can eat in Argentina (at least for those who are omnivores or carnivores) is its beef. Argentine beef is grown on the pampas, is free range with lots of exercise, and has a diet of natural grasses.
It's been my experience that food tours are growing in popularity across the globe. If an army marches on its stomach, then so does the world's growing flocks of tourists.
During our first day in Buenos Aires, we took a guided tour of its street art that was run by Graffitimundo , a non-profit organization that promotes street art and artists in this city.
During our first day in Buenos Aires, while on a tour of street art in the city, we came across this scene while waiting for a traffic light to change.
Recently PHeymont wrote a nice article on how to pay for things while traveling abroad which I'd recommend you familiarize yourself with (click here ) before reading the rest of this blog post. I largely agree with what he posted, but...
Dining is a huge part of traveling. Experiencing a culture by visiting a restaurant and consuming its food is an excellent way to connect with that place.
Situated in Palermo, in the heart of Buenos Aires' urban sprawl, is a lovely oasis of green, the Jardin Botanico. The garden covers more than 7 hectares (17 acres) and brings together a large diversity of plant species.
Markets are popular destinations for travelers, and we've frequently featured them on the pages of this website. Today I'd like to share with you the Mercado de San Telmo, a large and historic market in Buenos Aires.
Having just returned from a 3 week vacation to South America, I saw and photographed many fascinating places which I hope to share with you in the coming weeks. I thought I'd start with the most colorful place we visited, La Boca.
Walking through this town in desert steppe of Patagonia, in the rain-shadow of the Andes, we came across this beautiful car "showcased" on a hotel's grounds. It's obviously a Ford but can someone help me figure out what year and model it is?