Come tipple some Malbec and nibble some empanadas with us as we share details of the “New Years in Argentina” group adventure we are leading this December.
The staff at wandermelon has decided it’s time to take some of the wonderful experiences we write about as travel writers off the page and bring them to life – and invite our readers along for the ride! We’re busy designing a whole new class of travel, which gives you the unparalleled access and enviable itineraries travel writers enjoy while on assignment. We’re especially excited about our first offering: a guided, small group adventure to Argentina. To celebrate, we’re inviting any of you who may be in Los Angeles tomorrow, August 13, to come savor some Argentine wine, traditional empanadas, and get the details on this amazing adventure. Get the inside scoop on this exclusive offer to explore the cultural capital of South America, Buenos Aires, and one of the world’s most desirable food and wine destinations, Mendoza, an evocative enclave brimming with vineyards and olive groves set at the foothills of the Andes.
The intimate size of our group trip (we are limiting participants to 14 persons) means strangers will quickly become friends who will share in the discovery and excitement that await in this incredible country. The trip’s hosts include our partners in both the adventure and tomorrow’s Argentina event, travel experts Natalie Compagno and Greg Freitas, owner’s of the awesome indie travel bookstore Traveler’s Bookcase, who will be joining the trip, which will be lead by professional travel writer, guidebook author, wandermelon co-founder and Argentina aficionado Eric Hiss.
When: Friday, August 13, 2010
What: An evening to celebrate Argentina and learn about our exclusive offer to travel with us and spend New Years In Argentina!
Where: Traveler’s Bookcase; 8375 West Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Why: Because BA and Mendoza are to die for (but going with us is so much easier… and fun!)