Hotel y Spa San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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We were very excited when our taxi was arriving at the ranch, the roads were great so far and everything was perfect. But before we arrived at the ranch house…
A big rainfall during the previous days turned the dirt road, that leads us to the ranch, into muck. There was no way that our taxi driver was going to haul his car though that. So the people who owned the ranch offered to come with their big car to pick ...
... was perfect. And then I slept. For about 18 hours straight recovering from the severe lack of sleep of the previous few nights. The next day, I headed out to explore the shady streets and quiet plazas. I visited the old bridge from the mid 19th century to get to the Gaucho museum but unforunately that was closed. I also had a quick ...
... Areco. A full bus as well, and our guide was Maria. Nice girl. Pretty too. I could see all the guys on the tour thought so as well. The drive to the ranch took about an hour. We did not see much of anything as Arthur and I both slept almost the entire way.
We arrived at the ranch and a gaucho was there to meet us and explain about the ranch and the day's program.
A Gaucho is a term commonly used to describe residents ...
... filled with antique furniture and had high cantilevered ceilings, shuttered windows and tile and wooden floors.
On the grounds there were 2 pools - one was far away from the house and built up on a hill with an infinity pool looking over a pasture - also a small soccer pitch, table tennis, pool table and ranch houses.
We had a swim and then had lunch, which was an Asado, a customary meal of many different ...
... cowboy whose life´s work is to man the Estancia (farm estate). This includes, working the land, rearing the animals from life to death, cooking, cleaning, maintaining exceptional horsey skills and being a bit of an all rounder (UK men take note).
Luckily for us the interminable rain did end the following day and with trepidation we set out for a nearby Estancia called La Cinacina. The place was muddy but ...