Paradores Draghi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a la costa i es veu que la gent ha hagut de marxar de ciutats de platja com de Mar del Plata i de llocs d’Uruguay també. En fi.
Quant al menjar, és tot boníssim. Bé, tot menys el cafè. Durant els àpats coneixem gent interessant. En un dels sopars, ens vam asseure en una taula que semblàvem “bojos per viatjar”: una parella suïssa, un noi francès i nosaltres, tots amb molts kilòmetres a l’esquena i ...
... so fresh and the mosquitoes hadn’t invaded that area yet. The horses were calm and gentle. Everything was perfect until the end of the excursion. I was at the back of the group and everyone started to gallop back, through a stretch of grass that looked pretty dry to me. So I followed… but the grass became increasingly damper and the horses feet started to skid in the mud. Can you guess what happens next? My ...
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Outside the field of the show there was a small market of artisans selling traditional Gaucho gear, from arts and crafts to the clothing, saddles and boots that make the Gauchos so distinctive. Wherever you go in town it is difficult to avoid seeing references to the Gauchos or passing shops that sell Gaucho related objects. There is even a museum dedicated to them. The town itself is pleasant ...
Today we drove some 2 hrs northwest of BA into the pampas to an orginal Argentinian ranch or Estancia. What we saw: beautiful horses bred specially for Polo racing, gaucho skills demonstration, riding a horse yourself (slowly!), a great BBQ with excellent meat, traditional dancing and to conclude the day a Polo demonstration match. Amazing how the jockeys steer their horses and hit the ball, even in ...
You would not have believed my excitement when I saw hot sauce on the tables in the restaurant. There were 3 different types: "para los argentinos" "para los mexicanos" and "para los que atrivan (for those who dare)." Let's just say that I skipped levels one and two and immediately went to the hottest stuff. While it wasn't hot sauce of the MexiCali caliber, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it had flavor! It was a small reminder of home while the ...