La Aguada Polo Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of La Aguada Polo Resort
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... the pavement! Told you the pavements so were a disaster! A very kind elderly gentleman came to my rescue missing my glasses by millimetres. Luckily all well. A shower and preparations for am departure made before dinner in the Cafe Londres where more steak and Malbec enjoyed. Most disappointed to find my glass of wine carefully left for a nightcap had been nicked but am sure my liver was appreciative. The downside of hostel life sometimes. At the airport next am ...
... The next morning we made our way over to the bus terminal to book some tickets for forthcoming journeys and then walked some more around the city before making our way back to the hostal to get ready for the Tango show we had booked. Our hostal owner Sasha had recommended one in a small place that included dinner and drinks. There are so many to choose from and Sasha had tried alot of them and thought this one was the best. The dinner and wine was good ...
... on a bus from Rio, or even from Europe) to go to the game who didn’t get in. The amount of police that we encountered on our way out of the police barrier area also lessened the disappointment – there were small armies and troops going in with riot barrier, machine guns, rifles and the bunch. Though it would have been an amazing experience it could also definitely have gone wrong. At least we had Damon Albarn’s concert the next day, which was great by the way.
Until next time, ...
... off due to a landslide.
Looked it up on the net and it was only a small building site accident a couple
of blocks south with major roads closed to allow Medivac to land – just as well
as I had been walking a block away just about the time it happened on the start
of the great marmite hunt.
After I’d grocery shopped I collected by laundry and could
finally relax. This laundry is better as you can have a whole machine to
yourself and they ...
... young dude sits next to us and says something in Spanish and we're like English? He starts talking to us in English about his uni and whatever. Then that dude ask this couple on the table beside us how to say this Spanish word in English. And we're like what the hell is going on right now. Then this guy behind us says in perfect English " so where are you guys from?" I'm thinking does everyone know each other or some ****. Then this homeless person comes up to us ...