Palo Santo Hotel, a sustainable boutique hotel
Palo Santo Hotel is a modern, sustainable boutique hotel located in the hip neighbourhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires....
Fresh pasta shops in Argentina
Pasta was introduced in Argentina by our Italian ancestors. They brought their flavors and traditions and successive...
Kentucky, a traditional pizzeria of Buenos Aires
Kentucky is the unlikely name of a traditional pizzeria of Buenos Aires founded in 1942. An investment fund bought the...
The River Plate, the widest river in the world
A few years ago, while reading Angels and Demons by Dan Brown, I was surprised to read that one of the rivers depicted...
10 things to do in Buenos Aires
You’re in Buenos Aires now. Linger over coffee after your meal. There’s no rush. The waiter is not going to...
Retiro Station, an architectural gem
I have said before that you don’t really get to appreciate some aspects of your hometown until you move somewhere...
A historic pizzeria experience in Buenos Aires
Melted cheese, baked dough, cardboard boxes, and the vapors from the espresso machine. Any old, traditional pizzeria in...
Córdoba’s Natural History Museum
As my young nephews and I walked down Poeta Lugones Avenue, skirting the lush Sarmiento Park, their excitement mounted....
5 day trips from Buenos Aires
Visiting a big city like Buenos Aires can be overwhelming at times: chaotic traffic, noise levels through the roof,...
Mazamorra, Argentinean white hominy pudding
¡Mazamorra caliente para las viejas sin dientes! “Hot mazamorra for toothless ladies” was how freedwomen...
Off-the-beaten path day trip from Buenos Aires:...
Every now and then, it is refreshing to get away from the hectic life of a big city and find that inner peace that...
Aahhh the food – Córdoba series 3
You know when you hear people mention something, say a kind of fruit, that you had no idea existed? That’s what...