Posted on 11 August 2010
Mendoza is an excellent destination for food lovers. The food is fresh, local, unique, and downright tasty, which give the restaurants found here world acclaim. There are a number of cafes in Mendoza that provide good coffee and sweets while allowing you to take in the views of the Andes.
Posted on 07 August 2010
Buenos Aires residents, or “Portenos,” as they’re locally known, have a passion for following Europe’s architectural trends. As you explore the city, you will see a number of buildings that suggest influence from many other European cities including Belgium, Rome and Paris.
Posted on 05 August 2010
You may be able to find Starbucks at every corner, but don’t be surprised if you also spot an indigenous couple walking barefoot down a main highway. Mexico City is a fast-paced, colorful, textured, rich urban hot spot. It is chock full of amazing museums, art, music, delectable food, traditional dances and events, soccer stadiums and fans and breathtaking architecture.
Posted on 22 July 2010
Bogota is kind of like New York, with its thousands of cafes, restaurants, museums, attractions, and hotels. Just throw in extra pollution, weirder architecture, some crappy sidewalks, a bit of subdued Latin flair and you’ve got Colombia’s capital city.
Posted on 21 July 2010
Often compared to the thriving cities of New York and Los Angeles, dare yourself to travel to the largest city in South America, not to mention the third largest city in the world: Sao Paulo, Brazil. However, the real attraction to Brazil’s most populous city is its people and vibrant culture.