Hotel Costa Galana
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... Inflation unofficially set at 25% and the country was on the brink of defaulting on its debts for a second time.
"She's done a lot for the poor, but the middle classes feel like they're giving all this money and not seeing any benefits," explained Anti. (Famously, for the world cup, the government paid for a TV channel so everyone could watch the games for free, but filled every ad break with government propaganda. One memorable ...
... to mention this was our honeymoon...while this didn't result in an upgrade, it felt like we had the entire hotel to ourselves! I think we saw 3 other couples the whole week! This also meant that we had great service from the hotel managers who remembered us by name and room number, especially one particularly chatty night manager. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Mar Del Plata was where we experienced the best Argentinian Parrilla (grill/BBQ). At a ...
... in the UK. However, Mardel has none of the tackiness and is really very pleasant to walk around, with wide treelined boulevardes and of course the parks of which the Argentinians are so fond and of which they take great care.
More than can be said for the sidewalks. See Buenos Aires entry.
Ditto the dog poop. See Buenos Aires entry. Except its worse.
And the drivers definitely are in need of serious ...
... red onion with homemade chilli wedges. Half the price of a meal out and really good food, great choice. The steak here in Argentina is amazing, it will be hard to be beaten anywhere else. In the evening we packed our bags and sorted things for tomorrow as we were leaving for Buenos Aries. We chilled out in the hostel afterwards and were contacted by Kim and Mark to say they had arrived safe in Argentina, not long now till we get to see ...
... in the hostel a while and Kerry dyed her hair, the ginger/bimbo hair do was getting out of control and needed to be dealt with For lunch we went out of town to a more upper class area than where we were staying, up the coast and set back from the beach. The area was called Güemes, it was really nice, lots of shops and restaurants to choose from. The one we picked however turned out not that great but we did get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility