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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerritorio Hotel Puerto Madryn
If your visiting Peninsula Valdez and want an amazaing hotel to stay in then thisis it. We had a wonderfully relaxing stay and the staff were excellent and full of useful tips and ideas to make our 2 days there even better. Highly reccomended
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... Argentinians have their main meal of Christmas on 24th, which many spend at home with family having a barbecued turkey or pork. Some choose to go to a restaurant. Restaurants are generally busy, they prepare a special Christmas menu and you have to book beforehand. Here is what we had:
- Bruschetta with cherry tomato compote, brie and hazelnut flakes
... a lovely barbeque with several bottles of wine and beer.
We also met an interesting Welsh lady in her sixties who had just returned from the Falkland Islands. She had been travelling pretty much all of her life and was attempting to visit every country in the world, she was on about number 150 when we met her. She had fascinating stories about all her adventures, but oddly most countries she had visited she seemed to dislike and every story ended with the phrase "and ...
... beach where we visited the Ecocenter. It was basically a museum that was explaining what kind of biodiversity they have in the area, and what is being done to conserve it. It was nicely set up, and fairly new, but it was pretty small. It cost about $9 to get in, and neither of us were that impressed with what we saw.
After that, we walked back to the hostel along the road, because the beach is covered with green seaweed and it was pretty nasty ...
It's another sea day, as we sailed towards Port Stanley. We got up before 8:30, had breakfast, and attended the lecture at 9:30. It's about the battles for the Falklands in 1982, by the same speaker Terry Bishop who is an excellent speaker. I was never that much into history, but his lectures fascinate me. And I now understand the war about the Falklands. I am definitely on the British side!! And now I'm more eager ...
... our ship docked, which was right in the town of Madryn. It took us less than 2 hours to get to the park. Martin told us quite a bit about the area and about the penguins as well as other wild life in this Patagonia area. This was the time when the penguins came to Punta Tombo area to hatch their young, so we would get to see the mothers and chicks. It was not the time when there would be most of the penguins - there would be millions of them. We as tourists LOVE penguins. Martin ...