Patio de Moreno

Address: Moreno 251, San Antonio de Areco, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 2760, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Moreno 251, San Antonio de Areco.
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    Travel Blogs from San Antonio de Areco

    Day 182 - El beso del Gaucho / The Gaucho's kiss

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... d’escoltar als altres per agafar més idees de llocs on anar. De fet, aquesta conversa ens va fer canviar una de les destinacions a la Polinèsia. A veure què serà.

    Els cavalls són macus, el meu es diu Rojjjixxxa, el de l’Elena és en Pepsi, el de l’Ariana la negrita i el de’n John no ens en recordem del nom però era el més salvatge. No podem galopar perquè el terrenys està molt fangós, però tot i ...

    Day 180/181 Mosquito Infestation / Mosquitsssssss

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... and plummets to the ground with me on it. I get flung onto the mud and I topple into my back. My hair gets smothered with mud. Thankfully the horse only managed to squish my left foot but other wise I was fine; covered in mud, but fine.

    After showering off the mud and changing clothes we went to have dinner. We were hardly hungry because we had eaten just 2 hours before!

    Other things that we did at the ...

    San Antonio de Areco: land of the Gauchos

    A travel blog entry by alexennis269 on May 25, 2013

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    ... boring, with old colonial architecture, pretty countryside scenery and a laid back atmosphere. We also found that the food here was excellent and very affordable. We ate what was one the best meals in our entire stay for the fraction of what we would have paid in Buenos Aires. In the end this unusual town proved a welcome change and distraction from the cosmopolitan binge of the past two weeks. We gave it a brisk two days before heading out to our next stop: ...

    The Life of a Gaucho

    A travel blog entry by brookeandchris on Jun 06, 2012

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    ... farm, and many sheep and goats as well. We started our morning off with a horseback ride (it was my first time ever on a horse!) around the ranch to see the gauchos (cowboys) herd some of the cattle. Other than the fact that it was absolutely freezing, it was really fun to see. We had about an hour or so to kill before the big 'asada' (bbq) lunch and most of that time was spent trying to warm up by the fire. Lunch was amazing and I didn’t eat ...

    The Gaucho festival - kind of

    A travel blog entry by shesaidyes on Nov 09, 2011

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    ... later, when everyone got back on the horses for a long ride around the grounds, Ry and I jumped on our horses (bikes) and joined them. The only problem was, one of Ry's handle bars snapped off half way through and he had to steer with the basket!

    We had a great day though and they gave us copious amounts of food (lots of meat, potatoes and salad) and red wine. Spending the day with the gauchos made up for missing the festival. We contemplated staying an extra night so we could ...