The Escape Great

Plate from the sprawling metropolis of Buenos Aires, is where busy Argentineans come to relax. Its beach towns, lined up along the Atlantic coast, get more bohemian and funky the farther north you get and are buzzy in the summer season—December and January—but quiet most of the rest of the year. Argentinean architect Alejandro Sticotti, his wife, Mercedes, and their four children had been coming to the coast for 20 years, renting during vacations in the

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