Archive for May, 2013
Travelers who visit Argentina will be faced with a hard choice: which jaw-dropping landscapes to visit. With a vast amount of land to cover, (Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world) and no quick way to get between regions besides a limited number of flights or the alternative, extremely long bus rides, your mind will soon be overflowing with choices. There are luscious tropical rain forests in the northeast, with the spectacular Iguazu Falls on the border with Brazil. There are the deserts and red rock formations in the northwest. In the middle of the country are the pampas (plains), sizzling cities, and Argentine wine country. Then there is the mysterious windswept terrain of the southern regions: Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.
Good afternoon tea spots are hard to find. Los Angeles has a diverse collection of tea houses that range from traditional English to sleek and modern—you just have to know where to look. All the classics are present, from luxury hotels to Asian-inspired tea rooms. Here are our top 10 favorite spots:
10. Tudor House, Santa Monica
This Santa Monica tea room is classic English, casual, and perfect for tea followed by some beach time or shopping at Third Street Promenade. You won’t be fawned over by white glove waiters, nor hear harpists strum. Instead you can relax, enjoy classic English fare and pastries, then grab a pint at the English pub next door.
Hotel Max has a great sense of style and a great sense of play. Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, this boutique hotel has its finger directly on the city’s pulse. The hotel features stunning design elements everywhere from the lobby to the hallways, and the rooms boast original artwork by local artists. With its amiable staff and beautiful aesthetics, Hotel Max offers a contemporary vibe for travelers in the Pacific Northwest.