Casitas Del Penon

Address: Fugl 1404, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Fugl 1404, Buenos Aires.
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A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 11, 2014

... of weeks from a high of 16:1 and the best we could find was 13.5:1. We were ushered one by one into the back of a small magazine stall to do an exchange. It all felt a bit illicit, but having checked all the notes (including against a light) for forgeries it was all done and dusted.

In the evening we drank at the hostel, which was hosting for the day. It was Ladies Night, meaning happy hour buy one get one free ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by pattiemcnamee on Feb 26, 2014

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... street truck we headed via the Metro to the Palermo Soho district. A wonderful neighborhood with small shops, restaurants and basically no tourists. We found an Irish bar there for an afternoon stop for a drink.  Beunos Aires is a very walkable city, we sure did enough, and exploring the outlying areas has been fun. We come back here for a few days at the end of our trip so we'll have time to visit other ...

A day at the estancia La Calandria Chica

A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 13, 2013

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The main event for the day was a tour of the estancia (~2,000 acres of fields) and one of the three "tambos" or milking sheds. Mary had really been anticipating the tour for the opportunity for birding and adding a few new birds to her life list.

Marianne's son Santiago runs the dairy operation for the three family members as a separate corporation and he is the head of the dairymen's association of Argentina. He ...

Drive to Tandil

A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 12, 2013

The drive to Tandil was pretty uneventful and not too scary. Chichita's friend Marianne Padilla is US born and educated and was married to one of Argentina's most prominent transactional attorneys, so Mary and I would spend a couple of days with these two bawdy babes listening to amazing stories of business and love shena****ns among the elite of the anglo and anglo Argentine communities in the 60s through the 80s. It was really ...

'Habla ingles?' 'No.'

A travel blog entry by benandnat on May 10, 2013

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... learnt about the black market for US dollars or, as it is now so widely used, the blue market. Due to the current government undervaluing the peso, and restricting the buying of dollars through official channels, Argentinians are having to buy their dollars on the blue market in order to protect their savings. There is also another group who have savings in dollars already and are using them to buy pesos at a much better exchange rate, which is what tourists can ...