Argentina Travel - Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata, Iguazú Falls, Tierra del Fuego and PatagoniaWritten by Rick Chapo
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If you like waterfalls, this is place for you. The Iquaza Falls are twice as wide and taller than Niagara Falls. The Falls actually consist of over 250 cascades that came into existence due to a volcanic eruption. If you can, try to visit falls in spring or fall as it is ungodly hot and humid in summer.
Tierra del Fuego
Welcome to end of world. At least, that’s hook for Tierra del Fuego. Ushuaia, capital of Tierra del Fuego, is southernmost city in world. From city, you can take “end of world” train to see incredible snow covered mountain ranges in Tierra del Fuego National Park. Words fail me, but area is definitely worth visiting. Come on, you rode elephants in Thailand, didn’t you? Patagonia
No, we are not talking about clothing line. Patagonia is located in a vast area below Buenos Aires and is famous for uncompromised beauty. Greater Patagonia is actually split between Chile and Argentina. The section in Argentina is filled with glaciers, national parks and so on. I can’t possibly describe it, so I’m not even going to try. Just know that you will not be disappointed.
From glaciers to beaches, from elegant cities to friendly little towns, Argentina is a top travel destination. With economy stabilizing, now is time to go.
Rick Chapo is with NomadJournalTrips.com to read travelogues and articles.
Visit Carmel CaliforniaWritten by David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
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According to Carmel Chamber Of Commerce "Carmel has consistently been voted one of top tourist destinations in country and you have to see it to believe it. It is located on a breathtaking white sand beach and quaint European style village offers romance, gourmet dining, shopping and fun." "Carmel has been a mecca for artists, writers, actors and playwrights intent on creating an intellectual and cultural oasis. Each year, visitors are drawn to diverse festivals and events which promote and enhance creative traditions of Carmel. The annual Carmel Art Festival, Carmel Bach Festival, and Carmel Shake-speare Festival are just a sampling of events presented by professional artists, actors and musicians from Carmel and around world."
For more information about city of Carmel, California see http://carmel.usacitydirectories.com, a directory of links to city of Carmel, California guides and directories listing information, resources, services, things to do, places to go and more.
David G. Hallstrom, Sr. is a retired private investigator and is currently the publisher of several internet directories, including http://www.usacitydirectories.com a directory of national, state, county and city guides and directories listing local guides, directories, web sites and web pages providing resources, services and information