Bahia Nueva Hotel

Address: Julio A Roca Avenue 67, Puerto Madryn, Province of Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Julio A Roca Avenue 67, Puerto Madryn, is near Punta Tombo, Loberia de Punta Loma, Natural Science and Oceanographic Museum, and Centro Nacional Patagónico -- CeNPat.
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      Day of arrival in Puerto Madryn

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Sea Day #3, towards Port Stanley

      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 06, 2014

      ... young lady Stephanie (who gave the brow talk) for a consultation at 5pm.

      Today's lunch buffet was an Asian buffet. I stuffed myself with dumplings and roasted baby pig skin. After lunch, we wanted to take a walk on the deck, but it was quite windy so we gave up. The ocean was much more turbulent than yesterday, with swells 6-8 feet high (we were told). It made me worry about tomorrow ....

      We ...

      Magellan Penguins at Punta Tombo

      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... see them day in and day out. He said penguins were just like chickens to him.

      I did not know what to expect. Even though we brought both the 70-200mm and 24-70mm lenses, after Martin told me we would be so close to the penguins that we could kick them, I decided not to leave the 70-200mm lens on the van (since it was so heavy), which was a mistake. We were only allowed to walk on the walkway, and I really needed to have the longer zoom lens to get good shots of ...


      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... Piramides. Got manhandled
      into our lifevests and off, soon spotting a mother and calf. Luckily was on the
      right side of the boat to see them come close and then under the boat. Rotated
      my way to a spot up front for more whale action, once even a penguin popped up
      in front, and back down to hopefully catch a fluke shot. Unfortunately no
      breaching close enough to see properly though another boat was ...

      Whales and more whales

      A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... rising and I could see a few shapes moving out in the distance.... WHALES!!! I hadn't been in the city more than an hour and had already spotted my first pod. It was about 4 km to walk out to the point and I must have spotted about 5 to 10 whales out in the harbour. Bu the time I got back my dorm was read so I had a shower, dropped off some laundry down the road and went into town to try find an ATM. The first two banks I went to the ATMs where out ...