- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Mar del Plata
... 8211; as a holiday
weekend & Sat the toughest night to get a room, am spending the night on
Was a frustrating wait as took over an hour just to leave
town but at least no too crowded – unfortunately had the noisiest selfish
neighbours, lowering seats to the max, shouting down mobiles at silly times,
******* and letting the foot rests bounce back onto my seat at full velocity.
... to do this but were able to send pounds using Azimo for a slight fee and reduction in exchange rate. This still made things so much cheaper and Argentina suddenly seemed not so expensive.
Our last night was spent in a very posh 4* hotel for an all you can eat buffet. Ladies paid a cheaper rate for the meal compared to the men ;-) The food was incredible and especially as it was priced so reasonably. Michelle and Sam sent ...
... learning Spanish; Not all bus company's are equal, today bus is freezing and there are no blankets or pillows. Night buses are the dream, the give two meals and free accommodation; All my buses have had the same 90's play list of Britney, Beyoncé, J Lo and other random 90's music; I will not die if people can't figure out what I am saying and they are often willing to help me figure it out; I probably lie to people all the time because I don't totally understand them; Zero dresses ...
... I saw one skirt, but zero dresses. Another weird thing about this is they display dresses in the shop windows. I wonder if they only wear the on special occasions; The houses in Mar Del Plata are amazing. They are huge and beautiful. However, Nacho said most of them are owned by rich people who don't live here, so they are mostly empty; There appears to be an afternoon haze that comes over the city for a few hours; I hate English; Eggs ...
... tomorrow. The wifi in my room sucks, so I went downstairs to the common area to search for my next plan. I didn't get much done before this group of girls from Argentina started talking to me. Two of them spoke decently English. The most talkative and friendly one however, did not. After chatting they shared some of there traditional 'tea' with me and invited me out for dinner. Dinner plans changed into going for beers at a craft bar I saw earlier. So the 6 of us and Nacho went ...