Friday December 14, 2012
With Christmas right around the corner, you may need to get your shop on while in Buenos Aires. We've got you covered. Here are two hot shopping spots around Buenos Aires:
: The combination of a modern shopping mall mixed with ghosts and legends of tango's past make for a terrific setting to really get a sense of Buenos Aires culture.
: In the section between the confines of streets Scalabrini Ortiz and Juan B. Justo, Palermo has blossomed with designer boutiques, selling all things artistic and bohemian from jewelry to couches.
Find out more on our shopping page
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Friday November 30, 2012
Hosting upwards of 7 million tourists a year, Mar del Plata
offers densely populated beaches to those looking for an escape from the city. With 30 miles of coastline and the Atlantic ocean lapping at sandy beaches, the seaside city is ready for hordes of sun worshipers. Find out how to get there and what else you can do aside from lounging in the sun, seeking some sandy real-estate, and enjoying the ever-entertaining people-watching opportunities.
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Friday November 16, 2012
knows good food. On her, newly designed, website "My Beautiful Air" she's got images and descriptions that may make you drool on your keyboard. Given her fantastic food findings, it was an easy choice to ask her for a review of a posh place right in the heart of Palermo: Cluny
While Cluny is far from the stereotypical, quintessential Argentine restaurant, it is a great example of contemporary Argentine gastronomy.
Check it out, and keep something handy to wipe down your keyboard.
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Wednesday October 31, 2012
"Casa Mun" was quick to become a sensation on the Buenos Aires closed-door restaurant scene - wowing diners with his combinations of delicate and robust flavors. Surely to depress some hard-core foodies in the capital city of Buenos Aires, Chef Mun, the magician behind Casa Mun, was lured to Mendoza for a new culinary endeavor
Chef Mun, the force behind "Casa Mun", recently moved to open his Asian-Argentine fusion restaurant named simply "Mun" to Casarena Bodega & Vinedos. Casarena is located in Perdriel, next to the Mendoza River in a completely renovated century old winery.