Casitas Del Penon

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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Exploring Buenos Aires on foot

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 21, 2014

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... at 10pm when the show finished so we went to this little club thing around the corner and just partied. It was a small venue with ping pong tables and was filled with locals but we owned the place. We had a few beers in here, chatted with some locals and left at about 2am, the time when most argentinians start getting to the nightclubs. It is crazy! They start at 2 and party until 6 or 7, but as we started at 7ish we didnt have the stamina to keep ...

A day at the estancia La Calandria Chica

A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 13, 2013

14 photos

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 ...

I love this city

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Oct 01, 2013

169 photos

... we had been staying in beforehand!

There were two fantastic days out. The first was to a Polo match and the second to a superclassico. After a lot of research trying to find out if a Polo match was one I managed to find a tournament at the Tortuga Country Club which was near the City of Jose C Paz outside Buenos Aires. Without being able to find out much we decided to go for it was got a couple of buses, a train to Jose C Paz and then a taxi to ...

One Week

A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on May 23, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... I left, and will have a simpler car and a bicycle when I go home. Much will be different as I adjust to "life without travel", the newfound permanence of things to name one. However, one thing that will not be different is my job.

I embarked on this trip with a clear purpose of shaking up my daily routine. I wanted to test myself in a new environment, and gain time to reflect upon my life and what I truly wanted. As I became further removed from teaching, I took ...