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10 Reasons to Pick Argentina for Your Honeymoon
December 11, 2008 at 5:49PM by Erin Schulte |  comments

In the week since I've returned from my honeymoon in Argentina (a country that Town & Country Travel has covered pretty extensively, with stories that informed much of our trip), I've been rattling off a million reasons to visit to anyone who will listen. However, I think the country has special appeal for honeymooners, which inspired me to try to whittle down those million reasons into a list of just ten. If you're trying to convince your fiance (or fiancee) why it's the right place to go for one of the most memorable trips of your life, print this out and helpfully leave it sitting around in a place he or she is likely to see it, and soon you too will be jetting off to South America.

1. Accessibility.

2. Strong dollar.

3. Buenos Aires. Recoleta cemetery, tango, dancing, parks, safety.

4. The restuarants.

5. The strong dollar.

6. The lovely hotels and amazing service. Casa Calma/Four Season

7. Mendoza/Cavas.

8. Wine. 

9. Options -- mountains, beaches, cities, country, polo, falls, wine country, etc.

10. The shopping.

 

 

I've had the blessing of traveling a lot for work, and sometimes, once I leave a country, I think "Check, that's done. What's next?" and never once think about returning.

Erin Schulte is the web editor for Town & Country Travel.
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