Paradores Austral Bahia Blanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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once awake we went to tomys work. a university in the city and went up onto the roof to take pics of the city etc was grt. we then went for MORE foood that they insisted they pay fo, so so kind
so fri morn they were collecting us at 10, dumb ass here locked the keys for the locker IN the locker and so cathal had to unscrew it apart (a normal wooden cupboard with a lock on door) with a KNIFE to get keys (and our ...
S 38. 41. 168 W 062. 13. 917 Alt: 180m Temp: 18 degrees C @ 8 am
This is our first WalMart of the trip, at last a chance to re-supply on those hard to find items. We also do a fuel stop here, and eat at the food court.
Bahía Blanca is a city located in the south-west of the province of Buenos Aires by ...
... has a few sights and we checked them out. We saw the Plaza Rivadavia, Palacio Municipal, the Cathedral, Palacio de Tribunales and a few other fancy looking buildings. Our hostel is an ex-hotel (Hotel Roman) - converted and refurbished and contains a lot of art and craft centered around ants, as are a lot of ...
... instead of the end of the meeting), and then hoisted the flags - the Argentinean national flag and the "Associación de Guías Argentina" flag as usual, plus the world guiding flag for my benefit :) then we retreated to the Clan hut and sat around the table whilst Anto explained the day's activity. Typically the Clan troop does pretty similar stuff to an English ranger group - games, crafts and plenty of camping - but they also do a lot of work with the local community. The motto ...
About 120 years ago some Welsh settlers came to this region and their descendants are now part of the Argentinian population. However they have retained some of their Welsh roots in that they still make Welsh cakes in some towns and I saw the Welsh Dragon in one or two places.some years ago Princess Di came to the region and took afternoon tea at one of the tea ...