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Think you’ve had a good steak? Think you’ve experienced the pinnacle of what happens when you take a cow and apply heat? Trust me: if you haven’t visited the parrillas (steakhouses) of Buenos Aires, South America’s steak capital, you’re not even close. Argentines just get good steak. And they’ve spent...Read more
I’m not a romantic. I don’t get carried away by whimsy, never bought a poster of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s for my dorm room, and didn’t dream of being proposed to in Paris. I don’t think the romance languages are necessarily romantic (although I do speak them and...Read more
Venice is a shopper’s paradise, and if you know where to go, you can nab some pretty incredible vintage finds too. Here are our top four picks for shoes, accessories, jewelry, and clothes. Just try and resist! 1. L’Armadio di Coco (Coco’s wardrobe) is a family business run by Arianna and...Read more
There’s so much that’s great about Buenos Aires — the food, the wine, the art, the music, the dancing… pretty much everything about it is awesome. And while we could (and you should) spend plenty of days exploring the city streets, there is still lots to see on a short...Read more
Argentina is a predominantly safe country to travel in, but that’s not to say there aren’t certain spots where you should take extra caution. La Boca in Buenos Aires is just such a place. This unique neighbourhood is one of the most iconic parts of the Argentine capital, filled with...Read more