Monday, December 20, 2010

Around Chile

Thanks W hotel for your hospitality!
Photo #4 kindly provided by W Hotel, Santiago. Thanks!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Serena Hotel Buenos Aires: the new kid on the block

Serena just landed in Recoleta, within steps from the Caesar Park, Four Seasons Hotel, and Palacio Duhau- Park Hyatt. Known for it's splendid architecture, art galleries, museums, great restaurants, cafés, boutiques and Patio Bullrich, this location in Buenos Aires is second to none.
Like its sister property in Punta del Este – Serena Hotel Punta del Este, this one too is all about modern simplicity, comfort and service.
Have a look, and feel free to contact one of our luxury travel specialists for more information and custom itineraries that meet your travel needs and special interests.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Messi signs deal with Dolce & Gabbana

Remember some time ago we saw Argentinian soccer player Tevez working it as a model? now, FIFA Player of the Year Lionel Messi, also from Argentina, has just closed a deal with Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana.

Photo from: Dolce & Gabbana's twitter account

Monday, October 4, 2010


So this is from a birthday I went to on Saturday, before everyone arrived. It's kind of nice to be one of the first to arrive at birthdays, don't you think? the bar is not crowded, you can dance freely, sit wherever you want... The party was at 647, which used to be a "membership" restaurant in San Telmo, I don't really know exactly how it worked, but I did go once, and the food was quite good... Anyway, It's not a restaurant anymore, but, if you want to do something fun, like an event or a party, it's a good place. Thumbs up.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Spring Break

This classic estancia near the city of Cordoba, Argentina is the ideal place to rest, enjoy goregous sunsets, charming mountain views, good meals, and horseback riding.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Green Scene. Punta del Este, Uruguay

Calmness and pure bliss. Just minutes away from the chaotic city of Buenos Aires, a short flight from the local airport gets you to this beautiful villa in Punta del Este. Set on the quiet countryside, just a short walk from the beach.
The exterior beauty blends in with the refined interiors decorated with a love for simplicity and functionality. Hand-picked furnishings, unique details - such as a vintage, hair parlour bathroom chair, and warm colors combine magically to provide a peaceful setting with gorgeous views of the vast, green lands where the property sits.
The large swimming pool looks across the green fields and is a mirror to whispering trees.

Friday, September 3, 2010


First of all... can I just say, I LOOOOOOVVVEEEE CALIFORNIA.


- If you're going to do a road trip, get yourself a nice convertible, put some sunscreen on, good music, sunglasses, and enjoy the landscapes and beauty on your way to each place. Lift your hands up in the air (like a child on a roller coaster) when you're feeling really happy, which will be most of the time.

- Don't waste your time shopping if you're in the US at the end of August. At least not if you're from Argentina (or any South American country) All you'll see is winter clothes! no thanks. I've had enough cold... I'm so ready for the summer, and there are some pretty amazing designers right here in Buenos Aires. I did love the Prada knits, a Burburry jacket, an amazing pair of black Balenciaga boots, Balmains golden pieces, among other things for next winter. If you're the "sale" seeker type of person, forget that. August is too late. You'll just find everything that nobody else wanted! all the nice stuff has been gone for months! unless, you're in Miami, in which case you MAY find some nice summer stuff.

- Be receptive and embrace the California kindness. I cannot tell you how many amazing people we met during our adventure. I'm so thankful to them.

- Do at least one tour. You'll appreciate getting some local insight. It's a great thing to learn when you travel. If you're curious and love connection with a place, do more than one tour. It's a rewarding experience.

- Early morning wine tastings, driving, flying, going out a lot, the sun... you could get a headache or two, body pain, etc. So go to a nice spa.

- Stay at good hotels! even if you spend little time in them, it makes all the difference in the world to arrive at a nice and comfy place, like one is used to. To travel should be a pleasure, not a torture. A good view and nice pool are a +.

- Surfing: leave that for the Southern California part of your trip, or take the next flight to Hawaii. Conditions in Northern California are not the best.

- Honey-bunny withdrawals (when you travel without him... in my case not often, we go everywhere together): have your bb with you at all times!! it's nice to be communicated and to share.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Short and Simple

More summer... how beautiful is this little black dress from Lupe's Spring/Summer collection? and---uhm why wait til the warm summer nights? It's so versatile... I can just see myself wearing it with a white shirt or a little sweater over it, like yesterday! Lupe is so amazing. See more at:

Friday, August 13, 2010

Summer Preview

These days, summer seems like a far away dream, but, some designers are starting to show their collections and I wanted to share with you a little of what's coming! love these airly and comfortable pieces from María Cher, which I WANT.

Jungle-inspired, from Rapsodia.

Shine on, little star! Rapsodia

Stripes. Paula