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  1. Hotels Of The Year 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    I have been traveling the world as a journalist and passionate lover of all things fun for 20 years. I have had weekly columns in USA Today and Investors Business Daily, published thousands of articles in leading magazines from Playboy to Popular Science, and am the author of Getting Into Guinness.


  2. Pope Francis receives new Argentina ambassador to the VaticanRead the original story

    Yesterday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Pope Francis has received Argentina's new ambassador to the Vatican Eduardo Valds in a ceremony at the Holy See. Ex chief of cabinet during the administration of ex foreign ninister Rafael Bielsa, Valds will be replacing Juan Pablo Cafiero who was appointed to head Argentina's embassy in the Vatican back in 2008.


  3. In Years PastRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    In 1914, on one of those bitter cold days in the early part of the week a man living on the outskirts of Youngsville, Pa., walked into a grocery store of that village.


  4. UPDATE 2-Argentina may begin 'normalizing' FX market-central bankRead the original story

    Friday | Reuters

    Argentina's central bank chief, Alejandro Vanoli, said on Friday the government would look to begin gradually "normalizing" its currency exchange market in 2015. The comments were seen by analysts as a signal of gradual devaluation of the peso currency while the country gets set to elect a new president in October.


  5. It's not always easy chasing down your travel questions: a year in reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    For the second year running, I apologize for gross misrepresentation. Despite the fresh-faced headshot that appears above this column every week, the reality - as you'll see from this summer 2014 photo of me skulking among the gravestones of London's Highgate Cemetery - is much more grizzled and grey.


  6. 'UK celebrates war'Read the original story

    Friday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Since arriving in Argentina''''''''s embassy in London, Ms. Castro has played an active role in urging David Cameron''''''''s coalition government to resume dialogue with Buenos Aires over the Malvinas Islands.


  7. November arrivals continue a year of stellar growthRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    International visitor arrivals continue to grow, continuing a 15 month trend, with total arrivals up 5.1 per cent to more than 2.8 million visitors for the year ending November 2014. The figures released today by Statistics New Zealand paint a positive picture heading into the summer season, with total holiday arrivals up 6.2 per cent for the same period.


  8. Keeping The Conversation GoingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2013 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The pope is almost a mythical figure, a person with celebrity status. But Pope Francis is a humble, genuine man of the people, according to Argentinian Rabbi Abraham Skorka.


  9. Argentina hands over MERCOSUR pro tempore presidency to BrazilRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Argentina''s Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Brazil''s Dilma Rousseff in the MERCOSUR summit in Parana, Entre Rios province. At the official opening of the MERCOSUR 47th summit, Argentina's president Cristina Fernndez de Kirchner formally transfered the bloc's pro tempore presidency to her Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff and Foreign Minister Hctor Timerman took a stock of the situation after Argentinean presidency.


  10. The best December cruisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 |

    A December cruise is an ideal way to spend the holidays with your family or friends. Cruise ships are fully decorated with lights, and holiday-themed music fills the air.


  11. Tis The Season For Route Announcements: Air NZ Will Start Direct Flights To South AmericaRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | Scoop

    Air New Zealand, the national carrier, will start its first scheduled service to South America, with direct flights between Auckland and Buenos Aires in Argentina starting in December next year, as it seeks to expand its services in the Pacific Rim. The local airline will enter into a code share agreement with Aerolineas Argentinas, which will also enable it to offer services to Brazil, the Auckland-based airline said in a statement.


  12. Lower fuel cost a global tax break: LuxonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | The New Zealand Herald

    Christopher Luxon says Air New Zealand's new direct service to Buenos Aires is the airline's 28th international port. Photo / Dean Purcell Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon expects low oil prices to stimulate demand for travel but for their beneficial effect on the airline's fuel bill to be muted by the fall in the New Zealand dollar, which has dropped in value by US11c this year.


  13. Air NZ's newest destination revealedRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Otago Daily Times

    The airline has been actively investigating a South American option for about six months but it is understood recent falls in jet fuel prices have made launching the route a more attractive prospect. An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200 aircraft will operate three return services a week on the route all year round.


  14. Air New Zealand to fly direct to ArgentinaRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Scoop

    Air New Zealand has today announced it will launch direct flights between Auckland and Buenos Aires, Argentina - the airline's first ever scheduled service to South America. An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200 aircraft will operate three return services a week on the route all year round.


  15. South American connection a tourism boostRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Scoop

    The tourism industry must support the new air service linking New Zealand with South America to ensure its sustainability, the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand says. TIA is welcoming Air New Zealand's announcement of Buenos Aires to Auckland flights and says it will help achieve the industry's goal of almost doubling total tourism revenue to $41 billion a year by 2025.


  16. Air NZ announces South American routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | NBR Newsroom

    An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200 aircraft will operate three return services a week on the route all year round, in the the airline's first ever scheduled service to South America. Flights will start in December next year, with tickets on sale in March, subject to necessary approvals.


  17. Air New Zealand to fly to Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 |

    The 13-hour-plus flight will be operated by one of Air New Zealand's eight newly refurbished Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, which carry 304 passengers. The new route positions New Zealand as a hub for people traveling from Australia and Asia through New Zealand and onto South America and vice versa.


  18. Air NZ unveils new flights to Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The New Zealand Herald

    The Palace of the Argentine National Congress. Air NZ is about to announce it will soon start direct flights to Buenos Aires.


  19. Air NZ to fly South American routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 |

    Air New Zealand will next year begin flying to South America for the first time in the airline's 75-year history, an airline source says. The service, starting late next year, would be to a city in Argentina or Chile, most likely under a code share agreement with another airline.


  20. Buenos Aires City Gallery nightsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Buenos Aires Herald

    It's a tradition that started in 2001 and which Buenos Aires cannot do without on its cultural calendar. Gallery Nights is a free-admission, art gallery-hopping evening that takes visitors on a tour of a different quarter of town every month.