Hotel Las Rocas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... shop. We went more into the downtown to wander around. We came upon a small feria with not too many vendors, and then walked down a pedestrian shopping avenue with many stores. In one square fans of the Boca soccer team were chanting, waving flags and banging drums. The championship game was this afternoon, and they ended up winning - We could tell by the fireworks and horn honking. We stopped at a Havanna store - one famous for Alfajores and got one ...
... with several different kinds of fish, and a white salmon dish with potatoes and a cream sauce - they said it was all delicious. We drove some more, to the point of a road that jutted into the water. A statue of Christ overlooking the port, and a large beach with many sea lions sunning themselves. We headed back to the hotel with a quick stop at Manolo to pick up some churros - dulce de leche, chocolate and a vanilla cream flavour - all good, but the dulce de leche beat ...
... the land is flat and there are lots of cattle farms, and some sheep. The road was not too busy, and it took about 4 1/2 hours to make the trip. We passed through several small towns and followed a river for some way, with several small shops on the side of the road selling fishing supplies. We checked into our hotel, and took a taxi down to the main beach and ate at a place that is famous for their churros - Manolo. We ate a picada lunch - ...
... he participated in a Russian-Canadian expedition walking from Russia via the North Pole to Ellesmere Island (Canada). He spoke of the training and the trip then illustrated his talk with photographs. Seems just as hard now as when the early explorers wandered around. There was a cocktail party before dinner then after dinner a slide presentation of the photographs people had put on the Quark computer. It gave a lovely recap to a great ...
... open restaurant. They don't open til eight, which is pretty late for us because service is slow and dinner doesn't arrive til nine and by then I could fall aslerp in my soup. The other thing is you have to be in the door promptly at eight because by ten past there's a line up. That tells me everyone else is starving too. So why doesn't someone open their doors earlier? They'd make a killing. And no one would have to wait in line outside in the really, really strong ...