Aubri and Danan
Hello!! Thanks for checking out our honeymoon registry! We have been dreaming of taking a big trip out to Patagonia in Chile and Argentina for a long time now. We figure it will make a memorable honeymoon, so we booked the flights and are headed south in December 2013. We will also be spending some time in the Buenos Aires region. A lot of these items are a bit pricey for a single wedding gift so we've broken them down into pieces. Please feel free to purchase just a portion of something - even if it won't cover the full expense!Patagonia, Arizona San Antonio De Areco, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina Colonia Del Sacramento, Uruguay Santiago, Chile
Okay, so this isn't in South America. But, we're sneaking off to Lopez Island for a few days after the wedding to unwind and spend some together before going back to work. Consider it our mini-ho...
The very first night of our honeymoon will be spent in Santiago, Chile before we fly to Patagonia the next morning. We're staying at a cozy B&B in the heart of the city, and plan to blitz the town...
After a VERY long day of flying, we will arrive in Santiago with just enough time to walk around the city and get dinner. Recommended to us by a friend who recently went to Santiago, we are going ...
Our first stop in the Chilean Patagonia is the town of Punta Arenas. We opted to stay a bit outside of town at a small "casa" so that we could enjoy the peace of the country for a few days!
Help us toast to our first night in Patagonia! If you purchase this, we will contact the hotel and ask them to have a bottle waiting for our arrival!
Our first night in Patagonia, we'll head to La Marmita to enjoy dinner at the most popular restaurant in town. We'll grab a pisco sour (Chile's national drink) and enjoy some delicious Chilean food!
Send us out on an early morning boat ride through the Magellan Strait to Magdalena Island to spend some time hanging out with penguins!! http://soloexpediciones.com/en/magdalena-island-penguins-...
We're going to check out Brocolino for dinner one night in Punta Arenas for some local food like fresh king crab!!
This is a day-trek that will get us up-close and personal with one of the only Patagonian glaciers that is still growing! Check the tour out at: http://en.patagonia-backpackers.com/tours-calafate/a...
We'll be heading here for a delicious Argentinian meal after a full days of hiking around the glaciers! It's supposed to be the best restaurant in El Calafate, and hopefully it lives up to the name!
This tour will take us out to the Upsala Glacier where we will be able to kayak around icebergs! Definitely an unforgettable experience! Have a look at: http://www.vivapatagonia.com/en/ficha.aspx...
After an active day in El Calafate, we're going to head over to this popular steakhouse to enjoy a hearty dinner with a great view!
We'll be in Buenos Aires for four nights through the New Year and are staying in a cute boutique hotel in the Palermo district. It'll be summer there and we've got a room with a private deck and j...
Our "fancy" dinner out in Buenos Aires will be at Casa Coupage - a small home that has been turned into a restaurant. The five-course meal is centered around Argentinian wines, with the sommelier ...
This is a popular french brasserie in Buenos Aire's bohemian San Telmo neighborhood. It should be a nice midday break from sightseeing!
We'll be in Buenos Aires on New Year's Eve! Help us ring in the new year with class! We'll use this to make the night special - perhaps with a bottle of champagne, or two...
Argentina is known for its grilled meats, called parilla. We are going to head to a restaurant called La Cabrera, which is supposed to have excellent parilla and delicious side dishes!
Tango is the dance of Argentina and we hope to spend a night at a milongas (a tango dance show)! We might even try to get some lessons :)
Gran Cafe Tortoni is the oldest coffee shop in Buenos Aires and a must-see when visiting the city. We may stop be here in the morning, or may try to take in a tango show over dinner!
We're excited about this bike tour of all the major Buenos Aires highlights! It's a day-long tour throughout the city - a great way to see a lot of the city and do something active! Check out t...
We'll be taking a day trip from Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay - a UNESCO world heritage site and a gorgeous small town. Colonia is a 1-2 hour ferry ride from Buenos Aires, and we will have time...
After wandering around Colonia, we will check out Buen Suspiro, a small bistro where we can have some cheese, meats, and nice wine before heading back to Buenos Aires.
Steak for lunch? Sounds good to us!! We're going to go check out Don Julio steak house in the Palermo neighborhood one day for lunch!
We will be taking a break from Buenos Aires to head out to the Argentinian countryside for a night. We are staying at Estancia El Ombu, a cattle ranch where we will go horseback riding, see how th...
The final two nights of our honeymoon are back in Buenos Aires. We will be staying at Art Hotel, a small boutique hotel in the Recoleta neighborhood that has an art gallery on its main floor.
Located right next to the Teatro Colon in the center of Buenos Aires, is the popular restaurant Tomo I. We plan on enjoying dinner here after a day of touring around the downtown portion of the city!
The Alvear Palace hotel in Buenos Aires - one of the poshest hotels in town - serves up an afternoon tea that is not to be missed! We'll sip tea in the solarium and enjoy an assortment of pastries...
We're going to need a break from meat after being in Argentina for a few weeks, so we're going to check out Oveido, a restaurant known for its seafood. Located right near our second hotel in Recol...
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