La Aguada Polo Resort
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of La Aguada Polo Resort
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... to head back. So I made my way back to the bus stop and went back to the shops. I still didn't find a souvenir shirt, but I did, however, find a chocolate shop called "Casa de Chocolate." Please and thank you. And it wasn't even expensive. Brazil, I love you. I went to the terminal and got a coxinha while I waited for my bus to the next terminal, and made it back by around four thirty. The rest of the day was very lax, as the rain started and boy, was it heavy. It ...
... days later and a great time in Cordoba, Will and myself headed to a city called Rosario. Back in Peru Will had met a girl called Anto who offered him to stay there while he was in the city. When I turned up at the bus station as well she was nice enough to let me stay also! The next day I had heard that this was a good place to go skydiving.. I asked Will if he was keen and he said yes without hesitation! That afternoon we are standing at the hangers waiting to get ready. ...
... to do for the next four hours? We did have to collect our luggage, and walk to another terminal, and go through customs and security yet once again. At least that killed almost an hour. What a pleasure it was to step outside without a jacket into warm weather.
The Frederick's ladies slept off and on while the time slowly dragged by until Austral flight 2464 was ready to board. At least we were able to witness a beautiful sunrise over Buenos Aires. ...
... home of creator, the Argentinian cartoonist Quino.
We followed the 'Walk' for a few more characters before we detoured to Pasaje San Lorenzo to see the narrowest house in the city. Back to the 'Walk', we followed it through the streets all the way to the Puerto Madero district. They had obviously given the route a lot of thought because the pedestrian crossing across Avenida Paseo Colon had red and green cartoon cats instead ...
... bus. -------- Back from the weekend in Iguazú, we had a couple more days to explore BA. Before we'd even left the UK, Jo was insistent that we had to do a tango class whilst in Argentina, and BA is the place to do it. So, reluctantly, Chris was dragged along to 'Complejo Tango', an evening including a tango lesson, dinner (+ unlimited booze, win), and a professional show. Now obviously Chris is a terrible dancer, but he gave ...