Club Med Punta Cana

Club Med Punta Cana Hotel Review
Sailboats and windsurfers dot the blue-green reef, the longest in the Dominican Republic. Occasional paddle boarders pass quietly by, tracing the rocky coast. Just beyond the shallow reef where the waves are considerably bigger, a marooned ship, split into two long ago by a passing storm, lays corroding - lending a rough contrast against the otherwise delicate scene. On land,...

Villa Balthazar Bed & Breakfast

Villa Balthazar Buzios, Brazil
Villa Balthazar, Buzios, Brazil The rustic tucked-away Villa Balthazar was our first stop in Buzios, a resort coastal town, just a three-hour drive from the hustle and bustle of Rio. We stayed in Buzios for a week and spent two incredible nights at this magical Villa. The idyllic retreat, hidden on a quiet cobblestoned street, is just 500 meters from Praia do...

Rooney’s Boutique Hotel

Hotel Review Buenos Aires
Our Stay at Rooney’s Boutique Hotel - Review Located in the heart of Buenos Aires, Rooney’s Boutique Hotel is a truly one of a kind with it's impeccable design and attention to detail. Here’s what we thought of the surprising luxury offered in this restored hotel. Elegance and Charm Rooney’s was once home to poet Leopoldo Lugones, so it’s located in this old colonial building...

Texan Breakfast at Café Java, Austin Texas

Café Java Bistro, Austin Texas
Café Java Bistro Review It has a modest, unassuming exterior, just its name in italicized uppercase letters mounted on a dull brownish wall above plain glass windows; but what Café Java lacks in outdoor branding, it makes up for in virtually everything else. At the end of our stay in the eccentric city of Austin, Texas’ capital, where we joined in...

Villa Mansa, Wine Hotel & Spa

Villa Mansa, Wine Hotel & Spa
Villa Mansa, Lujn de Cuyo, Mandoza Villa Mansa boutique hotel and spa was our first stop in the beautiful region of Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza. Famous for its wine, the Mendoza province in the Cuyo region is bordered by the spectacular Andes mountain range, and features some of the most famous vineyards and wineries in the world. The four-year-old hotel has...

Cafayate & Casa Arbol Hostel

Cafayate & Casa Arbol Hostel
Cafayate, Salta | North Argentina Trip If you're traveling around north Argentina, most likely you'll end up doing the same route most travelers do. There are 2 main route options most backpackers choose to do while in the Tucuman and Salta provinces: One is Going up to the city of Salta and from there rent a car and go on day-trips to...

Entre Cielos Luxury Wine Resort, Mendoza

Entre Cielos Luxury Wine Resort, Mendoza
A Day at the Hamam-Spa & Restaurant: The Entre Cielos Luxury Getaway After almost a week in Mendoza, visiting wineries around the different regions, riding bicycles, and well, drinking lots of wine, we wanted to relax and do something new and a little bit different. We were invited to visit Entre Cielos' unique Hamam spa and restaurant for the day, located close to the...

El Encuentro Posada Boutique, Mendoza

El Encuentro Posada Boutique
El Encuentro Posada Review, Chacras de Coria, Mendoza El Encuentro is a beautiful boutique hotel located in Chacras de Coria, a little town in the Lujan de Cuyo area of Mendoza. We had the opportunity to visit in early October and had an amazing time, not only because of the facilities and location, but also because of the warm and friendly...

Cabana Villegas, Buenos Aires – Restaurant Review

Cabana Villegas Restaurant Buenos Aires, Lomo
Cabana Villegas  - Argentinian Grill Argentina is well known for its high-quality & delicious steaks, and a visit to Buenos Aires is not complete without having asado and going to a Parrilla (steak house). On our third day in Bs As went to 'Puerto Madero' area, at the riverfront and came across 'Cabana Villegas'. This is a very large and elegant...

Street Stories of Buenos Aires

Street art Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires Street Art Review Street art is an indivisible part of the Buenos Aires art scene. Throughout the city you can see detailed graffiti and giant murals covering the walls and the sides of the buildings, by some of the most exciting street artists in the world. While visiting Buenos Aires these past few weeks, we had the good fortune...

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