La Aguada Polo Resort

Ruta Provincial 192 km 2,500, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina | Resort
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Adeus Brazil, Hola Buenos Aires!

A travel blog entry by africantikki

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... airport. It has lovely shops with exceptionally helpful staff. I stopped to look at a poster about Tourism in Argentina and I am so excited! It all looks so beautiful! I didn't realise how much Argentina has to offer and how I am only visiting 2 of many provinces. Each province has so much to offer those of us who live for our senses! God I want to see it all! Please can I come back as a travel journalist in my next life! Please!!! Though I don't think I will come ...

Sightseeing & Tango!

A travel blog entry by lindb

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... only learnt 3 steps. The guys on stage blew us away with their footwork. Great show and evening! I would highly recommend, worth every penny. After a couple of days sightseeing Wednesday was chore day. We all wanted to post stuff back home and had read that anything under 2kg the parcels could be sent from any local post office. Anything over 2kg, meant going up to the main post office in Retiro, which apparently was a nightmare. We decided that the ...

Uruguay ...our visit

A travel blog entry by elsie2greg

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... Monica had called ahead and the staff waited for our arrival, well past their regular hours.It was rather posh but we thought we were too tired to look elsewhere. We understood the room was open for four nights..so we would take the four...and the next day, it rained..by four pm we had a great walk on the beach and a car drive but by six, crazy rain again! Winds, wild waves, and a great sleep, Day three...misunderstanding ..the apt has been rented out..we must leave..said the ...

Mani Chino

A travel blog entry by bwendorff

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... gawk at the amazing architecture of the buildings lining the streets of the city. I headed towards Plaza De Mayo which meant I had to cross over the main always busy road Av. 9 De Julio where I saw my second motorcycle accident of the trip. Apparently, that is a major hazard in the city - 2 accidents in less than two days! Since help appeared on its way,I continued along. A few more blocks down I ran into an area of the street blocked off and people steering ...

Last Leg of the Adventure

A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth

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... at this point, we can’t imagine being away from Chicago for another 2 years. We love home and are excited to be tour guides in our own city for all of our new South American friends. We keep telling them how many fun things we’ll plan and how much they’ll enjoy the next 2 years.

This week we’re enjoying the last few steak meals, going to "closed door dinners", gathering our last few souvenirs, seeing our friends, and of course, ...

Location

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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