From a Scratch-Off Map, a Grand European Tour is Born

From a Scratch-Off Map, a Grand European Tour is Born

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November 27, 2018

Inspired by a gift of a world map they received, IL Editors Dan Prescher and Suzan Haskins realized there was a lot of Europe they had yet to visit…and so they started to plan their Grand Tour of Europe. Their goal was to see as many of the European capitals as they could in a Read more...: From a Scratch-Off Map, a Grand European Tour is Born

An Epic Adventure to the Vineyards of Cafayate, Argentina

An Epic Adventure to the Vineyards of Cafayate, Argentina

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April 26, 2018

In your April issue, IL correspondent Kathleen Evans and her husband took on an epic adventure in South America and added a trip to some of the highest vineyards in the world to their bucket list. Mendoza is arguably the most well-known wine region in Argentina, but Kathleen traveled instead to Cafayate to explore the Read more...: An Epic Adventure to the Vineyards of Cafayate, Argentina

Pushkar: Experiencing India’s Magic at the World’s Largest Camel Fair

Pushkar: Experiencing India’s Magic at the World’s Largest Camel Fair

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January 29, 2018

In your January issue, travel writer Margot Bigg returns to India. After five-plus years living there and consistent trips back to the subcontinent ever since, Margot was there to experience Pushkar Mela, the world’s largest camel fair, held every fall in India’s desert state of Rajasthan. With her this time was a group of North Read more...: Pushkar: Experiencing India’s Magic at the World’s Largest Camel Fair

A Whirlwind Weekend in Buenos Aires: Food, Tango, and Eva Perón

A Whirlwind Weekend in Buenos Aires: Food, Tango, and Eva Perón

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December 18, 2017

In the December issue, International Living correspondent, Jim Santos travels to Buenos Aires and packs a lot of the city into one weekend. There are three things that are hard to avoid in Buenos Aires—the tango, Eva Perón, and good food, and on Jim's recent trip there with his wife, Rita, they embraced all three. With dozens of tango shows to choose from, in all price ranges, the first item on the agenda for Jim and Rita was to book one. Their hotel helped them find just what they were looking for—a good show with a live band that included dinner. With that organized, they were ready to turn their attention to something else that is a source of great national pride in Argentina—Eva Perón.