Jesse Sanchez & Taylor Davidson
Hi everyone!

Thank you for visiting our honeymoon registry. We are so excited to be getting married, and to share that joyous occasion with our loved ones.

As inexperienced world travelers, we are eager to embark on a honeymoon that we will reminisce about for the rest of our lives. When we look back after a lifetime of marriage, we will cherish the shared memories and experiences from our younger days more than any tangible item. That said, we welcome family and friends to participate in helping us realize a dream honeymoon that we can tell our grandchildren about.

Thank you for considering a truly memorable gift in honor of our wedding. We look forward to seeing you all soon!

Love,
Taylor & Jesse
Destination
Buenos Aires, Argentina and Uruguay!
Honeymoon Dates
December 27th → January 10th
Gifts Are Welcome
The value will be used
toward trip expenses
Argentina

Birthplace of the tango and realm of the gaucho, this South American country offers a mix of stellar scenery and timeless sophistication. With its European flair, Buenos Aires is Argentina's crown jewel. Its old-world tango salons, gaucho fiestas and collage of architectural styles provide the perfect backdrop for creative honeymooners. For country-style romance we'll head two hours by plane to Salta, where we'll horseback ride through jasmine- and orchid-filled acres and snuggle up in an adobe casita. Argentina is also a carnivore's paradise: Buenos Aires teems with steakhouses, from the famed La Cabana Las Lilas, where giant slabs of meat are carved tableside, to La Bourgogne in the legendary Avalear Palace, where the terderloin flambe is said to be a masterpiece.

Uruguay

In December and January, Argentines cross the border to Uruguay's answer to St. Tropez. At the seaside playgrounds of Punta del Este and Jose Ignacio, we'll discover gorgeous beaches and the seductive cycle of daily sunbathing and nightly carousing. We'll break the beach-party-sleep routine with visits to the open-air Hippie Market and Case Pueblo, a museum in a white-stucco castle.

How It Works

Traveler's Joy is a registry service, not a travel agency. Traveler's Joy gives us the freedom to book our honeymoon with whomever we like, and redeem our gifts whenever we are ready.

Below you will see a list of items and activities from our honeymoon. Large items, such as airline tickets, are broken down into small increments. By providing a variety of listings, we hope to give you the opportunity to select a gift that reflects your personal style and budget. An email detailing your gift will be sent to us immediately.

Once again, we thank you for visiting our registry!
transportation airplane

Airfare from New York to Buenos Aires. The most important part is getting there!

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accommodation bed and breakfast

During our first three nights in Buenos Aires, we'll stay in the Palermo Viejo district. With many restaurants and shops, this is the place to be. 1555 Malabia House B&B is a youthful place to stay and enjoy what this colorful city has to offer.

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money cash

The distinct neighborhoods within the urban sprawl of Buenos Aires are best seen on foot and by bus. This gift will cover refreshments and ground transportation while we visit historical sites and museums in the heat of summer.

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other gift

Taylor will snap up a pair of tango shoes that look like they could have been made by Marc Jacobs, and cost far less, at the fashionable shop Tangobrujo.

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drinks wine

Nobody eats dinner until 11, so we'll stop for tapas and a glass of Malbec in a different location each day.

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activity dancing

Tango lessons for two.

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food restaurant

We'll experience a full-blown beef bonanza at a traditional Argentine eating house, where the average cut of beef is big enough for two.

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food restaurant

The history of immigration is celebrated in new Basque and Italian additions to the restaurant scene. We'll satisfy our diverse palates by enjoying a variety of cuisines.

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activity dancing

Late-night tango dancing. Stops will include La Confiteria Ideal, which had a cameo in the movie Evita, and the gritty-yet-cool Salon Canning. We'll order champagne at $1.75 a glass and hail $3 cabs to get around safely.

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transportation airplane

After a few days in the city, we'll take a 2 hour flight to the province of Salta for mountains, canyons, and wineries.

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transportation car

We'll rent a car and head southwest out of Salta to the Cuesta del Obispo pass, a dramatic cliff-edge dirt road over the rippling Obispo Mountains that peaks among the giant cacti of Los Cardones National Park.

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other crafts

In the town of Cachi gauchos and mestizo women walk the streets. There are fancier places to stay than La Paya, but none are as authentic as this working ranch. We'll lounge on the wraparound porch after hiking to Inca ruins in the hills.

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activity journey

After lunch in the town of Cachi, we'll head Estancia Colome. Colome is home to the oldest working wine cellar in Argentina and the world's highest vineyards, growing at 7,217 feet. We'll mountain bike, tour the vineyards and sip wine as the sun sets.

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food restaurant

The province of Salta offers delightful empanadas, aromatic wines and unusual delicacies, such as goat. With this gift, we'll try them all!

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activity horseback

We'll head back down the road as it nears Salta City, founded in 1582 and said to be the most beautifully preserved colonial city in Argentina. During our two night stay at the House of Jasmines, we'll ride horseback through fields of jasmine and orchids.

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transportation airplane

After a few days of hiking and horseback riding, we'll be fit for the posh beaches of Uruguay! Just a short flight from Salta City, the beaches of Punta del Este and Jose Ignacio are said to be the St. Tropez of South America.

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accommodation bed and breakfast

Jose Ignacio is a sleepy coastal paradise conceived amongst white-sand beaches and a mid-century lighthouse. The town has no stoplights, and no structure over two-stories. At the Arbol Casa Lofts we'll enjoy 3 nights of ocean views and a central location.

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attraction tour beach

With plenty of cold Quilmes (the flavored Argentine beer), we'll lay our blanket close to the shore and enjoy afternoon D.J. sets on the beach.

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food restaurant

We'll book a table at the seaside Los Negros and order the brotola, a local codlike fish, and a bottle of Viognier Juanico, a dry local white.

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apparel clothes

At the Hippie Market, we will sift through handmade jewelry, textiles, and baskets to find the perfect souvenirs.

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food restaurant

We'll crowd into the tearoom of L'Auberge, Punta's most distinguished hotel, where the fabulous converge to indulge in decadently sweet waffles with dulce de leche.

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transportation airplane

Airfare from Punta del Este to Buenos Aires, where historical sights remain to be seen!

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accommodation bed and breakfast

Back to the lively district of Palermo Viejo to experience a different boutique hotel for our final nights in BA.

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transportation airplane

Airfare from Buenos Aires to New York. We're homeward bound!

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