Year 10 Vol.1  Issue 140
Argentina, A Vast Natural Wonderland
Argentina, part of the Southern Cone, is one of the main destinations in Latin America and the most visited in South America. Its vast geography makes it the 8th largest country in the world. This vastness includes plains, plateaus, and mountains and thus explains its great biodiversity. Here you will find tourist attractions, natural wonders, culture, traditions, and a superb cuisine. Argentina is located in the austral hemisphere, and its seasons are opposite to those of the northern hemisphere. This fact makes it ideal to escape the North American winter and enjoy spring or summer in South America.  
Corporate News - Argentina
From the cute and cuddly to the downright breathtaking, Argentina features a flock of epic animal encounters and natural wonders. Argentina, stretching some 2,500 miles [4,000 km] down the southeastern side of South America, is a land of remarkable diversity and contrasts.
Air Connectivity
Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) has excellent connectivity worldwide. It is considered one of the main and most modern airports throughout Latin America. It currently serves annually more than 10 million visitors. Miami and New York being in the top 10 most frequented flights. (See p. 6)
Argentina is the country with more golf courses in South America, 294 fields of different categories, and designed by Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Randall Thompson, Mark  Adams, among others. Argentina has been awarded twice as the Best Golf Destination of the Year (2008 and 2011) by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators. (See p. 7)
Convention Centers
Buenos Aires is the most recognized location in Latin America to carry out any type of congress or convention due to its wide range of hotels and infrastructure for fairs and events.  La Rural is the country’s largest center for conducting trade shows and exhibitions. With 7 halls, an auditorium and open spaces, this center offers endless possibilities for large events.  
(See p. 8)
Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Hotel is a luxury hotel, housed in a neoclassical palace and adjacent building; it is located 2 kilometers from the Colón Theater and 3 kilometers from the Casa Rosada. The elegant rooms have marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, safes, and free Wi-Fi; and some rooms offer... (See pp. 9-13)
Culture & Cities
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and the main urban center of the country, it is a cosmopolitan city and a major world tourist destination. The city is divided into 48 neighborhoods where we find influences of Spanish colonial styles, art deco, art nouveau, neo-Gothic, Italianate, and French Bourbon. It is a city with many benefits... (See pp. 14-27)
Let's Cook: 
How to Prepare Mate

Argentina’s favorite beverage. It is a tea made with yerba mate leaves. These plants are previously dried, cut, and ground. They have a bitter taste due to tannins in their leaves, so it is valid to sweeten with sugar, honey, or your favorite sweetener.

 (See p. 32)

DQuest is a dynamic portal! It was created to assist Meeting Planners in easily locating ideal destinations, hotels, services, and activities within the group market in Latin America.  (See pp. 30,31)
Quick Hits:
Dr. Travel's
Travel Tip: Drink to Your Health

The atmosphere on a plane is drier than the air in the Sahara Desert. I don’t know how accurate this is, but I have experienced how dry the air is on an airplane. Once a flight attendant spilled some... (See p. 33)

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Jose-Manuel GARCIA, CDS
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Master Coach IVI DMC²
Jose- Manuel (Manolo) GARCIA, CIS, CMS
Second Generation, Innovator, &
President IVI DM C ²
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