|Ranch day trip - lunch hall|
|Ranch day trip - museum|
There are multiple bus tours available. Your hotel should be able to provide you with options or tour companies will give you details. Buenos Aries does not have a tourism office that you walk into. But there are kiosks where you can get free maps and pamphlets.
|Ranch day trip - gaucho|
- A day trip to the beaches in - Uruguay - and - Montevideo
- The - Tigre Delta
- City - bus tours
- A day trip via the - Pampas - to a hacienda including traditional food, Tango dancing and Gauchos showing off their skills with horses and lassos
- Visit the - Gran Chaco - area to see the arts and crafts of the indigenous - Toba - people
- And - more tours here
|Ranch day trip - Barbecue|
|Ranch day trip - gauchos rounding up horses|
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|Vegetarian food at Green & Co in the city|
Gauchos strut around and help with the midday meal and then impressed us by getting their animals to do all sorts of things. We had a display of tango dancing which was nice. At La Boca the dancers would only dance if you gave them money. We ate our fill at the ranch. There was plenty food and wine.
We did as much as we could but I do wish we had managed to visit Uruguay.
Maybe next time.
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