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Cafayate — Megan Eileen McDonough/Bohemian Trails

Latin America is home to some pretty amazing cities — Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and Cusco to name a few — so we can understand if you’re having trouble picking and choosing what to see and what to skip. That said, there are so many equally impressive destinations... Read More

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Casa Pueblo, Punta del Este, Uruguay, architecture

Lots of hotels have impressive art collections, but these ones go a step further and function as stand-alone museums as well as accommodations. Benesse House, Japan The Tadao Ando-designed Benesse House is located on the tiny Japanese island of Naoshima, a fishing community turned “art island” that hosts the Setouchi Art Triennal and... Read More

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Metropolitan by COMO

Miami might be steamy right now but, with this bumper list of new hotels, now is the time to enjoy off-season and introductory rates at the newly opened properties– or to start planning a trip around those that will be opening later this year and next. ... Read More

curitiba - brazil - francisco anzola - 620

There’s no way  around the fact that Brazil’s major cities are going to be crowded in the next few weeks. And we’re not talking about morning traffic crowded — we mean 4 million extra bodies in a country that has a population of 200 million to begin with. Beyond... Read More

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All eyes will be on Brazil in 2014 as the South American nation hosts the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1950. While we understand the compulsion to book a ticket and fly down to Rio to join the party – and Brazil does know how to... Read More

Uruguay Travel, Three Ways

The second smallest country in South America, Uruguay has long been something of a best-kept secret among travelers – popular with those from the neighboring countries but largely ignored by the rest of the world. These days Uruguay is gaining a little in popularity, and for good reason. The... Read More

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Oasis Collection South American Apartment Rentals

Oasis Collections, an American-run, South American-based short-term apartment rental agency – and self-dubbed “curators of stylish pads” – has recently launched a series of budget-friendly upscale vacation rentals, spanning some of South America’s hottest destinations, for under $250/night. ... Read More

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Russell New Zealand beach

As you might have noticed, we’ve been a bit obsessed with the beach lately thanks to the East Coast heat wave. We’ve looked at the worst people at the beach, the crazy things that beachgoers do, and The Definitive Guide to Going to the Beach. This all started a... Read More

Four Seasons Carmelo

Most visitors to Buenos Aires know the Río de la Plata as the widest river in the world, reaching 136 miles across. But by the Dársena Norte in Puerto Madero, it’s only 14 miles – or 75 minutes by Buquebus ferry – to the Uruguayan coast, making it perfect... Read More

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Hacienda Santa Inés

In the Wild West, scalps weren’t massaged – they were removed. Yet cowboy retreats from California to Costa Rica are trading leather for lavender and treating guests to some ranch-inspired pampering. Hacienda Santa Ines, Costa Rica The Ranch This winter, the 11-room Hacienda Santa Inés ranch debuted in a prime locale... Read More