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Video Tours of Two Luxury San Miguel de Allende Hotels

We have recently posted two new reviews of San Miguel de Allende hotels here on the magazine side of Luxury Latin America. If you don’t know much about San Miguel, here’s the basic story. It’s a key city in the history of Mexican independence, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site with miles of Spanish colonial [&hellip

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Safe Travel in Belize After Re-opening

After being closed to foreign visitors for half a year, Belize is opening back up to tourism on October 1, 2020. This is one of several Central American countries opening its borders again–with safe travel restrictions–but it’s the biggest news since there are no nationality caveats. Also, unlike destinations such as El Salvador and Honduras, [&hellip

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A Luxury Wine Hotel Near San Miguel de Allende: Tres Raices

After you’ve seen the sights and experienced the city in San Miguel de Allende, how about a countryside break in the grape vines at a luxury wine lodge? Head to Tres Raices and you get your own swanky bungalow with a terrace near the stunning pool and access to a great restaurant and winery. I [&hellip

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Two Updates From Torres del Paine: Explora and Singular

While it’s the off-season in Patagonia as I write this and you can’t hop on a plane and fly to Chile, we’ve been updating some of our older reviews from the region to assist you with your travel planning for the future. When we can move around again but are looking for wide-open spaces, it’ll [&hellip

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The Cities Beyond Buenos Aires in Argentina

When most travelers think of Argentina, they think of Buenos Aires, the big capital city that’s enchanting and legendary. The capital city overshadows all others in both size and importance, but it’s just a dot in a country that is the eighth-largest in the world. A bit larger than the USA part that is east [&hellip

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Our Return to Remota in Chilean Patagonia

Hotels and resorts don’t normally make drastic changes from one year to the next, but we do try to circle back to them periodically to update old reviews. The latest we’re posting is a brand-new one from Remota in Patagonia. No, we didn’t check in during the middle of a virus lockdown. I had our [&hellip

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