Estancia La Juanita

Ruta Provincial 2- Km. 127,5 Chascomus Partido, Chascomus, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ruta Provincial 2- Km. 127,5 Chascomus Partido, Chascomus, is near Museo Entomológico (Museum Entomologic).
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    Travel Blogs from Chascomus

    Robbed, red wine and steak

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Mar 23, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... sun drinking sangria and watching tango. We had traditional Argentina biscuits which are so delicious and SOO addictive, you get lots of different flavours but the classic is biscuit, caramel, biscuit then covered in chocolate but has a slight cake texture - Yum!!!!!! Monday night is drumming night. We went to an incredible drum show made up of 15 drumers, 2 saxophonists and 2 trumpet players. In an open air venue surrounded ...

    Ten Days in Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Jan 07, 2014

    1 comment, 174 photos

    ... city is crowded with statues and memorials, the cemetery is even worth a look around. We were advised to stay in the Palermo district as this was safer. It has also seen a surge in 'hip' restaurants and bars within the last decade making it a hotspot for backpackers and tourists alike. Arriving in Buenos Aires I'd regretfully given David the task of getting us from the bus station to 'El Dogo' hostel in Palermo. I'm fortunate enough to memorise a map and navigate from there, ...

    Palermo walkabout

    A travel blog entry by elsie2greg on Nov 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... didn't like. Close to our new home is a coffee and pastry shop which makes a good Cappucino Italiano, we went back to get our satisfaction quotient in the good to go range. The shop is run by the owners and a young man named Franco, who speaks Portugese, Spanish and English It was close to closing and we were the last of the customers so a conversation started. Once again it showed us how friendly the locals are, these people were ...

    The Big Question

    A travel blog entry by stephanieburke on Aug 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... they have regarding this information. (Which is why I will be taking only 1 class!)

    As for the classes I'll be taking this is still up in the air! But one thing is 100% for sure and that is, I WILL BE TAKING TANGO! I always joked about this at home, but I actually really need/want to take this class. I need this class to fulfill my art credit but I want to take this class. I think learning tango will help me improve my Spanish a lot, give me some rhythm/ability to dance, ...

    Don't Cry for me Argentina!

    A travel blog entry by broc_and_bailey on Apr 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... a drink + when we came back he was just
    opening, but was very grumpy because he wasn`t ready + told us come back
    in 20 minutes! So off we went again, finding this lovely bar on a
    corner, where I ordered juice + recieved a jug full making up 3 glasses!
    Gorgeous though + Broc treated himself to a pint of
    black homebrew, tasty! So it was well over 20 minutes when we arrived
    back at the bar b que, but your man Freddy was still like a bear ...