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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City Tour of Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 03, 2014

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... and headed down through Calle Reconquista, a street that was packed with bars and outside seating, towards Puerto Madero, the port area.

Earlier, we had thought about having a day trip to Uruguay on the ferry, but after checking the prices with Buquebus we decided against it. It was way too expensive to go for just a few hours.

We continued walking round Puerto Madero, the area has been revitalised with glass buildings, offices, some expensive looking restaurants ...

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 ...

Birthday party- Argentina Style

A travel blog entry by kateweisberg on Jul 27, 2013

2 comments, 65 photos

... few words, I realized why they had put me in the middle of this circle. As much as they wanted to hear my words of wisdom, that was not the purpose of this activity. Suddenly, the music started blasting and out walks a STRIPPER! Well, he was dressed as a “handyman” for his first act. I won’t go into details but he definitely livened up the party and put on one hell of a show! He came back twice more for two more shows, one dressed as a ...

First short travel, Bs As

A travel blog entry by sebaas on Apr 22, 2013

Around 2 pm, then a difficult hard day in the work and because we were excited for travel that we were going to start, we stopped with our work, and we left very fast from work to bus station around in order to take a bus that brought us to Bs As, ...