La Aguada Polo Resort

Ruta Provincial 192 km 2,500, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Resort
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Una Semana Más

A travel blog entry by jl_bigtrip


... Argentinas messes around so long trying to reschedule the flight that we miss the Sydney airport curfew and have to wait until the flight results in an early morning arrival ( instead of the previous afternoon as scheduled ! )

We had mostly planned shopping for our last week, but unfortunately the storms washed out the Recoleta and San Temlo markets over the weekend. We had planned to pick up all the little trinkets we ...

An historical view of the city

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... and moved away from the River, to higher ground. Migration from Europe followed and many of the mansions became homes to multiple families. Today, San Telmo still shows a graciousness and many of the mansions are now antique shops. An antique market is held in the main square each weekend. We did not have time to really look at the goods for sale at this time, but promised we would return later in the day. Our next stop was the La Boca futbol stadium. ...

Bipolarity and classes til 7

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... t let us register. We finally found out how to view the courses, but there wasn't an option to add them. We had a facebook frenzy freak out. But we realized after a little while that everyone must be having the same trouble because all of the classes still had all the seats open. I emailed both people that we were instructed to in case of anything, and no reply. So I called my advisor, and was honestly surprised she answered because I would guess she was getting a lot ...

Last Day :( Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by dorfman


... we made it in one piece..

We usually go to the American Airlines Admiral Club but it was being refurbished so we were allowed to go to the AN Chile club. Wow, what an upgrade. They had free wine, amaretto, soup, sandwiches, .... I am really spoiled. I thought we were doing well at the AA club with cookies, trail mix, and soda.

So, we have about an hour before we board for a hopefully uneventful flight and touchdown on good ol' USA soil.

A home from home

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts


Days have turned to weeks in Buenos Aires and three weeks in I'm still loving it. The Spanish and tango are coming along nicely and I've had time to get to know the city. To assist in my tango dancing development, I have now visited both a tango show and another milonga and the experiences were at opposite ends of the spectrum! The tango show was muy touristic, with a cheesy crooning compere but the dancing was impressive. It was held at an original 30s tango ...


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