An Unmistakable Feeling of Loss In Mexico City but a Beautiful Feeling of Pride I remember standing in the Aztec ruins of Templo Mayor. We could see the Metropolitan Cathedral in the distance, through the […]
In one day in Colonia del Sacramento, immerse yourself in a town that hasn’t changed much for centuries, ever since the Portuguese founded it in 1680.
We got in a taxi at Calle Florida, a very touristy part of Buenos Aires, and we asked to go to San Telmo, another touristy area. Luis, our driver, started giving us a little tour […]
Argentinians and Uruguayans are always arguing over the origin of tango. Paula at Montevideo’s Museum of Tango gave us a private tour of Montevideo’s tango museum to clear up this 100-year-old feud.
The conventillos of Buenos Aires are community living spaces. They were originally occupied by waves of immigrants. Enter this closed-off community with me. Learn its secrets and meet its residents in San Telmo, the heart of Buenos Aires’ historic center.