La Aguada Polo Resort

Ruta Provincial 192 km 2,500, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Resort
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Buenos Aires - king of steakhouses

A travel blog entry by leanneworth


... and on the return boats would bring back materials for French palaces. We were really lucky on our walking tours to get a decent glimpse of the city when it was quiet as the city had emptied out for Easter. We went on a second walking tour where we learnt a lot about the politics past and present of Argentina and what has shaped it. It's fascinating to learn about so much that has happened in even my lifetime that I didn't realise. We learned lots about the Dirty war where there ...

Big City Adventures

A travel blog entry by rktravel


Buenos Aires is the biggest city either of us had ever visited. We arrived by plane, flying in over an endless blinking and buzzing mix of buildings as the sun set and cast an orange glow across the clouds. A strange excitement set in as we joined the roughly 20 million inhabitants in what is considered the "Paris" of South America.

Jumping into one of the many taxis flying by, we were lucky to get a very honest driver who was excited to ...

Hello Buenos Aires - Hello Sunshine

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... his wife Eva (known to many as Evita). Today the plaza is surrounded by many famous buildings of Buenos Aires including the Cabildo Building which was a colonial Govt Builidng but now it houses the National Museum of the Cabildo and the May Revolution, showcasing paintings, clothing, and jewelry from the 18th century. We didn't go in here but instead headed to the Cathedral Metropolitana which is the main Catholic church in Buenos Aires and the mother church ...

Ballet and Pizza - a true Argentinian mix!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto


... stopping to look at many monuments and statues - on one block, the statue of the man who fought for Argentina's freedom from Spain, and one block away, a gorgeous monument to Spain itself - the motherland.

We continued to The Rose Garden - so many types of roses, many beautiful pergolas, fountains, a lake, bridges, and many different birds. And then a quick walk through a small art gallery - a successful trip!

Our night began at ...

A Taste of Argentina

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth


... and obviously understands how to present a dish. The flan had a decorative carmel fan on top, the dulce de leche drizzled on the plate around the flan, and a blueberry confit sprinkled on the plate. Scrumptious! Their dog joined us as we relaxed on the terrace. I'm an easy mark for dogs, they can usually count on non-stop petting from me. Our time together finally started to wind down after we finished the third (or was it fourth?) bottle of wine and the time approached ...


This resort, located in the C5 area of Buenos Aires, is near Museo de los Ninos, Avenida 9 de Julio, Complejo Tango, and San Telmo Antique Market.
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