The Art Explorers fly to one of South America’s most charismatic cities, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Here, the charm of European culture is well-integrated with the beat and soul of Latin America. “B.A.,” as the locals call their city, is sizzling with energy. This is where the president’s house is called Casa Rosada (Pink House), and where Evita charmed millions from its balcony. The country is home to the famous gaucho, the sultry and seductive tango, and a breathtaking rose garden located in one of the most beautiful parks in the city.
The sands of the Moroccan Desert rhythmically undulate across the vast ethereal escarpment. This immense landscape appears frozen for eternity, but it is not, as the dunes of the desert are ever being carefully shaped and transformed by the capricious winds of time.Watch Now >>
Amador County is in the very heart of California’s Gold Country, where prospectors flocked to find their fortunes 150 years ago. Simon talks to folklorist Robert Richards about the area’s history, visits the Montevina Winery, and checks out the local accommodations and attractions. In Sutter Creek, it is always 1898 in the Monteverde Store MuseumWatch Now >>