Weekend getaway: Sofitel La Reserva Cardales

Finally, I few days ago I had the chance of staying at Hotel Sofitel La Reserva Cardales, about 70 kilometers from Buenos Aires City. Through the last years I have worked a lot with the Accor Hotels group. In several occasions I had been invited to visit this beautiful hotel, but for different reasons I could not attend. In fact, while I was doing Check In, I was consulted if I had worked at the company. The answer was no, but I had worked a lot with the different Accor hotels around the world. With my husband we went by … Continue reading Weekend getaway: Sofitel La Reserva Cardales

Fin de semana difícil para pasajeros LATAM

Sentí la necesidad de escribir lo que pienso al leer en Twitter (como sí la vida pasará por Twitter) sobre  LATAM durante este fin de semana. Seguro algunos bloggers expertos en el tema puedan decirlo con mejores palabras e información. Pero haré el intento…. No debe ser la primera vez que LATAM deja a pie a pasajeros ni será la última, lamentablemente. No es la primera compañía aérea que arma semejante despelote sin brindar soluciones a los pasajeros como merecen. Tampoco será la única ni la última compañía con estos comportamientos. Escribí un Tweet donde decía que por una mala … Continue reading Fin de semana difícil para pasajeros LATAM

Barrio Inglés de Caballito, en la ciudad de Buenos Aires

Este post es distinto, vamos a repasar un poco la historia del Barrio Inglés dentro del porteño barrio de Caballito. Tiempo atrás, había empezado una serie de post sobre mi querida Buenos Aires (tengo que retomarlo ya que quedan por recorrer zonas como Recoleta, Palermo, Barrio Norte, Belgrano). Hoy me concentro en el hermoso Barrio Ingles que se encuentra delimitado entre las calles Del Barco Centenera y Emilio Mitre, la avenida Pedro Goyena y la calle Valle. Dentro de estas manzanas encontraremos calles como Cachimayo o pasajes como Ferrari o Nicolás E Videla. Alrededor del barrio, la Avenida Pedro Goyena … Continue reading Barrio Inglés de Caballito, en la ciudad de Buenos Aires

Aerolineas Argentinas: Inaugural Flight of the fourth Boeing 737 MAX- 8

Last Tuesday March 6th 2018 I had the privilege of participating in the inaugural flight of the fourth Boeing 737MAX-8 of Aerolineas Argentinas. As being an ARPlus Gold Member, the company invited me to this unique experience, which I shared with seven other members and with Alejandra, who works in the frequent passenger program of our beloved Aerolíneas Argentinas. AR, as it’s also known, for the Argentines it’s a pride, the representation of our national flag in the skies around our country and the world, connecting us to shorten distances in our big country and of course, connecting with USA, … Continue reading Aerolineas Argentinas: Inaugural Flight of the fourth Boeing 737 MAX- 8

Argentina, so many places to visit…

My country has a lot to offer, Argentina has a unique mixture of landscapes, so different to each other. We have all different kind of weather, mountains, countryside, sea, lakes, desert and jungle, big cities, smaller, charming towns. My last trip inside Argentina was to Ushuaia and El Calafate, in October 2016, two magical places, with only one visit for sure isn’t enough. As a child I visited El Calafate, in the 80’s, on a family road trip, with my dad driving a Ford Falcon around the Argentine routes. After leaving Buenos Aires we stopped a few days in my … Continue reading Argentina, so many places to visit…

Iguazu Falls, another wonder of the World

Just as the Perito Moreno Glacier leaves us speechless, the same happens with the Iguazu Falls, both destinations visited by Argentines as thousands of foreigners, who come to my country not only for visit Buenos Aires, but for these unique places. My first trip to Iguazu Falls in September 1990, also was my first time traveling by plane, on a flight from Austral. The flight back home I will never forget because the Captain said that who we were sitting on the left side would see the falls, it was an amazing view! In addition to going to the Falls … Continue reading Iguazu Falls, another wonder of the World

Ushuaia – At the End of the World

We arrived in Ushuaia on a Saturday, in October of 2016 with an Aerolineas Argentinas flight around 2:00 pm, which took a little more than three hours from Buenos Aires. Already, the landing is a spectacle itself. Those who love to fly as me know, in advance, the history of the city’s airport, the previous very dangerous runway. This modern airport gives us a wonderful panoramic view of this city, called the City of the End of the World. We stayed at Hotel Arakur that picked us up at the airport. In about 20 minutes, we checked in at one … Continue reading Ushuaia – At the End of the World

Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the wonders of the world

It had been more than a year of my visit to the Perito Moreno Glacier, near the Patagonian town of El Calafate in the province of Santa Cruz, in October 2016. It was not my first time in this magical, unique, unmissable place. I was lucky to visit in 1986, arriving by car from Buenos Aires. My parents had decided that our summer vacation would be totally different. Instead of the traditional and quiet holidays in Miramar, we would only spend a few days there, to depart on a road trip to the Patagonia Argentina. We arrived after about 15 … Continue reading Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the wonders of the world