Primacy Hotel Mar Del Plata
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Mar del Plata
... Joel had seafood again and I had chicken (shocker!). We then headed south to the downtown area. After finding a parking spot - with a similar mafia style parking to Buenos Aires, we went to Mar Del Plata's Modern Art Museum - with a large statue of a sea lion made from wrappers of a local favourite treat, the alfajores by Marta Minujin. Inside a few of the exhibits were closed due to the film festival events. I bought a nice pair of ear rings in ...
... 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 ...
We were up early this morning to get ready to head to Mar Del Plata. Martin texted around 11am that they were on their way from his apartment so we headed out to the street. Quickly packed our bag in the back and headed to the highway. The trip to Mar Del Plata was about 400 kms and we passed through a few toll booths - mostly inexpensive, but the roads were good. The scenery is so much like home. If the billboards were in English I would of thought we were ...
This has been a wind down day with general relaxing and exchanging addresses. At the 0745 wake up call it was already 25 degrees so the days are definitely getting warmer. It is now time to pack away the cold weather clothes and brace for high temperatures. One particular presentation today was really inspiring. It was an honour to listen to Laurie Dexter, the team historian, talk about the first group to walk/ski across the Arctic. ...
... we run out to the airport where, with the help of an expert controller, Thom works out a plan to get, eventually, to "The end of the world"; Ushuaia.
It's a long flight (seemingly) on a windy day over hours of flat farms and ocean. Then slowly the land changes. It's looking drier and cooler and more rugged. The vegetation dissappears. The coastline is no longer sand beaches but escarpments. And instead of the odd huddle of houses every hour or so the map ...