Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Come Fly with Me : Argentina

I am a dreamer at heart and I dream of new places everyday :) I am curious about the world and long to see and know more. Fortunately, I am married to someone who shares this passion.....infact he is a bit crazier and way more adventurous :)

There is so much of the world to see, yet I know that the two of us will try and conquer as much of the world as we can. I really hope my children grow up to enjoy this as much as we do. They have been pretty good so far!! We have taken them on endless road trips and long plane rides to new countries and different places.

Time and expense are two major factors that keep us from travelling all the time :) However, my wish list keeps on growing.......... and someday, I shall get there!!!

Argentina has been on my list for a while now. A few weeks ago I met someone who had travelled to Argentina. It was fun talking to him and the chat rekindled my desire to go there.  I was looking up some information about Argentina and I came across a beautiful property called House of Jasmines.

Come Fly with Me is a new series on MDC, where every week I will take you on vacation with me :) I hope you enjoy these virtual trips on MDC. I have blogged about hotels in the past but this will be more of a regular feature. I will try to bring you hotels that are both unusual and off the beaten track.

I am taking you today to visit the House of Jasmines in Argentina. " At the foot of the Andes mountains, the Fenestraz family have created a traditional boutique hotel filled with romance, beauty and charm. The House of Jasmines is a centuries-old mansion that has been converted into a luxurious retreat. I really like the interiors of this entire property.......come along and see for yourself :)

I really like the wrought iron grills, they remind me of my grandmother's home :)

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ఇందు said...

Wowwww! I love the last pic :)

NanaDiana said...

Argentina has always called my name, too. It is a gorgeous place by all I have seen from afar. Hope you had a great day- xo Diana

Reshma said...

Very, very pretty ! loved each pic...something so calm, soft and serene about this place ...would love to go there some day :)))

Miss Frangipani said...

What a gorgeous hotel! I'd love to move in there asap. Thanks for this series - look forward to it every week!

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