Gran Hotel Fontainebleau
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... whales that we followed for about an hour. That was amazing! And not only did we have the killer whales, there were Magellan penguins and I wasn't expecting to see any penguins until we got further south.
The weather outside temperature wise was very pleasant, mid 70's, although incredibly windy. It is going to start getting cooler and cooler the further south we go.
Looking forward to another relaxing day tomorrow!
So this was our downtime to chill before our big trek through Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile.
We were so lucky that we got to spend this time in a two bed apartment to ourselves, thanks to our parents. We were visiting off season so to say the hotel was empty would be an understatement.
By week 2 we were still the only residents in the Hotel. It was starting to getting lonely now,like being in one of those films where the ...
... bridge... in Spanish! Fernando got quite competitive and enjoyed saying "come home" when he would play a card. That evening, I did a little research and wanted to head over to Los Troncos (an established favorite restaurant) for dinner. We asked Marga at the hotel if she could help us get a taxi. She called several times, but explained that when it rains, taxis disappear. After waiting for an hour or more (all while playing bridge), the night shift ...
... areas rather than the international set. After we caught up with the bus outside of Iguazu, we continued on overnight into the main bus terminal in Buenas Aires. From there we caught a bus to a town named Mar de Ajo about 120 miles South of BA on the coast. There are a series of little towns along the coast in this area. Most of them saw their glory days in the '60s and '70s and are now somewhat seedy. Newer ...
... a brownie cake, which we had also seen on some restaurant menus. It’s a brownie base with a thin layer of dulce de leche on top, then covered in meringue. Dulce de Leche is a thick caramel sauce or Nestle condensed milk mixed with butter and sugar. We found it in all things sweet in Argentina, it was almost like a subsititute for cream. The flan we had for dessert at the roadside restaurant today was accommanied by dulce de leche rather than cream. Fortunately Kelly likes ...