Merit Mar del Plata
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Not had a whiff of instant since back in Argentina and even
had a filter coffee machine in the apartment, a real treat to wake up to.
Happily it didn’t have the hideous over-powering aroma of
air freshener – everyone here (and in Chile) liberally sprays the stuff around,
all over anyone who happens to be there or has those machines squirting it out
at regular intervals, even ...
We were not looking forward to our 30 hour flight to Buenos Aires but in fact it wasn't so bad. Flying with Emirates made it a lot easier, we were fed like kings and queens! In that 30 hours I only managed 30 minutes of sleep so the last leg of our flight was a challenge!! Must have watched about 10 films!
We arrived in Buenos Aires around 9pm and was checked in to our hostel and asleep by 10pm. We were going to be in BA ...
I had no idea what time breakfast or check out was today. I decided to go down for 9; breakfast was instant coffee and bread. I often eat one piece of toast with dulce de leche, which is pretty much caramel. I always wonder if the locals judge me for using it because it does not seem normal. I would like to believe they don't because they use it, or else why do all hostels offer it. It was raining and cold so I watched some episodes of bad TV until it cleared up. I headed toward the ...
... cheap. I was suppose to break the habit of buying unnecessary coffee once I stopped travelling with Joss. This task seems **********e than said. Also, one of the things I've noticed travelling alone verse with Joss is I get more attention from men. When we were together no one really acknowledge me. Now, when walking down the street I get more kissing sounds, honking, whistling, and holas. All very harmless, but the change happened so ...
... was right the pier was nothing special (minus seeing all the sea lions), but you do feel like you're in the middle of the ocean. I headed back to towards the hostel to get something to eat. I didn't find any restaurants I felt like eating at, so I asked where the closed grocery store was. I got random food to support life and walked toward the shopping area. The shops are great lots of **** would buy if I had some sort of income. I found a store that sells wool but of course ...