Gran Hotel Fontainebleau
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TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Hotel Fontainebleau San Clemente del Tuyu
Travel Blogs from San Clemente del Tuyu
Hernan Goni of Seriema Nature Tours picked us up at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning, Feb. 24. He has a nice new vehicle, a Toyota Hilux with an enclosed rear canopy. Soon after we drove away from the hotel he realized he forgot his phone at his brother-in-law's home which is in a suburb of BA in the opposite direction of which we were heading. So we had another city tour and after 2 hours we were finally on the road to San Clemente del Tuyu which is located about 250 klm SE of ...
... had been wiped out and we are the only people left.
We played some racket ball, table tennis and the gym was used most days. Nic even attempted a swim in the outdoor pool one day. She lasted 40 minutes and came out like an iceberg. It took an hour for her to warm up and her legs to change from blue.
The supply of cup a soups and other British things sadly never arrived which were lovingly sent by Nic's mum and dad. (Be-ri ...
... 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 ...
... taken most of the tourists away. We even had a hard time finding an open hotel. We needed take care of a few things anyway and were both still somewhat sick. This was a better option than BA for this sort of thing. We did laundry and exchanged documents with Craig re. the store. The people in town were very nice to us, and we did take a long walk on the Atlantic beach with some of the local escort dogs.
... toward the environment in NZ. Wish we had more time to prepare!
We headed back to Buenos Aires in the afternoon, stopping in a Gaucho town to visit a shop selling traditional gaucho things. Then we travelled to Delores, the next town and stopped for lunch at a roadside restauran. There they are cooking meat outside by an open fire. We tried ‘Chiripan’, fresh chorizo in bread.
When we arrived back in Buenos Aires, Ananda, Graciela’s daughter ...