Gran Hotel Fontainebleau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... around and then sat down for a lagrima (more milk than coffee) and an alfajor (dulce de leche and biscuit). That evening we went to dinner at Paxapoga where Ed had pasta, I had fish, and they had bife de chorizo. Day 3 (Saturday) -The next day was stormy and rained all day. We decided to buy a deck of poker cards as well as naipes (Spanish playing cards) and park ourselves in El Viejo Lobo on the beach where Ed proceded to teach Fer and Pato how ...
... 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 ...