Las Lavandas

Las casuarinas 2150 , Pilar, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 1629, Argentina | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Las casuarinas 2150 , Pilar, is near Parque de la Costa, Rocsen Museum, Quebrada del Rio Condorito (Condorito River's Gorge), and Museo de La Reconquista.
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    Travel Blogs from Pilar


    A travel blog entry by amery on Sep 21, 2014

    71 photos

    ... to work out why one bit is very shiny!

    As it’s closer to everything, has two good nearby shopping malls, and is prettier around the parks and streets, we would suggest you stay in Recoleta if you come- ite might reduce the amount of taxi time spent in traffic jams!

    One more short blog installment from us for this year to come,
    Richard and Christine

    Having a ball in Buenos Aires!

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... started our first day with an obligatory post-night bus nap and then by meeting our dodgy money contact (we'll give you the full debrief on this in person)! We had a mooch around the lovely Galerias Pacifico Mall and Peter found us an incredible bookshop which used to be a theatre (El Ateneo Grand Splendid) where we had a delicious coffee and brownie on the old stage (Lisa died and found her own special heaven). That evening we found the nicest pizza place in the city - El ...

    Dinner with Rodolfo

    A travel blog entry by lucieinsa on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment

    ... called a waiter over (he knew all the staff by name), presented me with a menu and insisted I order a meal whilst requesting another drink on my behalf. He then asked how old I was.

    "24! I'm 75 - I could be your grandfather!" he exclaimed.

    I wanted to know more about his past - at 75 he would have been 13 when Evita died and lived through a brutal military dictatorship under Videla in the late 70s and early 80s. I tactfully commented, "You must have seen Argentina change ...

    Gaucho Experience Day...

    A travel blog entry by lpringle on Apr 17, 2014

    17 photos

    ... and the others all found it hilarious that my horse kept stopping or wandering off! Everyone was complaining that they weren't allowed to canter but I was more than happy to walk as slow as possible haha! We went for a 20minute ride around the ranch and the scenery in the distance was beautiful! After the horse ride we went for a spin around the ranch in the horse and carriage which was hilarious before the bell rang for lunch. We all went into a big dining room and sat on ...

    "I will return, and I will be millions."

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Jan 19, 2014

    15 photos

    ... does not please them. Second, the audience used to demand multiple encores, as in 4 or 5 times in a row. The idea was that the singer would sing it until they “got it right.” Finally, a well-aimed tomato to the face of a soprano or conductor was common place until the 1970s, when Argentina became a dictatorship.

    There were many other notable things in the auditorium. Each balcony level had one less light bulb than the one below it, ...