Should we go to Kauai, Buenos Aires, or St. Martin?
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Help Us Choose!
Our top picks are:
- Buenos Aires in Argentina
- Kauai in Hawaii
- St. Martin in the Caribbean
But we’re finding it hard to decide.
So we’re wondering if you (the best blog readers!) could help out in the comments about what you liked or did NOT like about any of these destinations!
1. Buenos Aires, ArgentinaUS Airways doesn’t fly to Buenos Aires, but we can use a partner airline such as United to fly to Buenos Aires in Argentina. I’ve read lots of great things about Buenos Aires and I’m looking forward to eating great steak while Emily would love the Tango dancing. I’m also looking forward to checking-out the Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires which costs ~$540 a night or 18,000 Hyatt points a night. Of course, we’ll use points!
2. KauaiBecause we had such a great time in Maui last year, Emily and I want to go to Kauai (for the greenery and outdoors-y activities) and stay at the Grand Hyatt Kauai.
The Grand Hyatt is a Category 6 Hyatt hotel and costs 22,000 Hyatt points a night.
3. St. MartinEmily had fun celebrating her birthday in the Dominican Republic, and I’ve never been to the Caribbean, so I was thinking of St. Martin. I’ve always wanted to watch the planes at Maho beach! We could stay at the Raddisson Blu in St. Martin.
We’re running out of time since we have to use our US Air miles by November 30, 2013 to get 25% of our miles back.
And we can’t decide between Buenos Aires, Kauai, or St. Martin.
So, where do you think we should go or NOT go?
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