Saco Viejo

Av. Costanera, Las Grutas, Province of Rio Negro, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Las Grutas

On The Road

A travel blog entry by whereiswagner

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... the type of car I would be getting. I had requested a VW Gol (Golf in the USA) a 5-door hatchback. When I stood in front of a Chevy Classic with as many options as Fred Flinstone's car, I began to get angry. I was told it was in the “same class” as the VW. Apparently that class does not include cup holders or dashboard lights. After I was handed the keys and our annoyed clerk was heading back inside, I realized he had forgotten to give us ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by fbenz

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... de la Ventana. Here we were to pick up the next section of dirt road, which would take us further south by west and back to the highway. To make a long story short we found ourselves lost after going about 50 Km and through 8-10 gates seperating the various estancia's we were passing through. A combination of deep sand, dwindling gas and the wisdom and maturity (I use that term loosely) of middle age compelled us to retrace our steps and return to where we started ...

Bahia Blanca-Las Grutas

A travel blog entry by nz2uk

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... fight ensued!

Wednesday 14 April. Buenos Aires - Mar del Plata. 423ks.

Hotel rise and shine call at 6.30am! Gustavo from Fox Shipping kindly collected us from the hotel and off to the docks it was, to collect the truck ... at last! An anxious moment as the bolt cutter did his job separating the seal from the container and there 'she' was... a great sight to behold, a great relief too. After a couple of hours completing paperwork at various offices ...

The town of Caves

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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27th – Today was spent mainly on catching up with our chores.

28th – Went for a walk along the beach to see the caves that the town is named after. There are not many and what there are are quite small, but we were able to see and hear lots of very noisy Parakeets ...

A nicer but less interesting beach

A travel blog entry by bocalee

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The beach town of Las Grutas was the next stop. This is a very traditional family oriented beach town. The beach itself though is wonderful, and the water is warm and clean and the surf is great for swimming. The town is not in the Lonely Planet guide, and there were NO backpackers or foreign travelers that I could ascertain, which in itself made it an interesting stop... but not really. That's ...

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding