Piedras Blancas

Address: Aromo 199, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Condo
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    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 11, 2014

    ... the lager which was eventually swapped out for Possible Seizure cocktails - the strongest of the lot. Four of those saw me off and I headed to bed around 2am, just when the hostel was kicking out to go to a club. All in the hostel seems to have been bigged up more than what it is. I've been to better and more party and this one has the biggest guy to girl ratio of any where I've stayed so far in South America which is never good.

    Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Feb 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... which is made with fresh lime, Malbec wine and a local spirit, it was so good. After our cocktails we were shown upstairs to our table, it was a group dinner with 2 tables of about 10 other guests all from different places around the world. It was very sociable and every one was really friendly, this was going to be a good night. They introduced the company and themselves, told us a little history about the company and how the night was going ...

    Cafayate to Cachi

    A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Oct 29, 2013

    5 photos

    Left lovely Cafayate mid AM for the 150 km trek to Cachi via a windy dirt road. The road was actually in good enough condition to hit 60 or 80 kph but only in short bursts due to endless hairpin curves. The landscape was even more bizarre than yesterday's but just on a smaller scale. Lots of small villages of adobe homes. i have no idea how people eke out a living from this land. About half way to Cachi and 2 hrs into the drive i notice the car is ...

    The final conclusion to our cycle trip, by Gemma

    A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Apr 21, 2013

    3 comments, 70 photos

    ... us 10 days. It was incredibly strange to be surrounded by an endless landscape of sand everyday, and this made it difficult to find somewhere to camp for the night, that was sheltered from the wind and hidden from the road. Also, the wind was phenomenal is the desert. At times we would struggle to keep the bikes upright to cycle at 4-5km per hour, with sand blasting us in our faces, but we made it though and it gave us a new appreciation for trees.

    For people ...

    Argentine Holiday

    A travel blog entry by edanderika on Feb 29, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... back of the hotel) and walked over to La Carreta for a parrilla (barbequed meat) with asado (beef) and cordero (lamb). The restaurant was not full, but had a few scattered tables of Argentine families on vacation (many of them already quite tanned). Day 2 (Friday) -The next morning we had breakfast at the hotel (cafe con leche y medialunas) and walked over to the beach. It was a bright sunny day and the beaches were full. There were families jumping in ...