Riviera Hotel Mar del Plata
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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 ...
... We sat on the patio in Martin and Cecilia's Room and ate some churros, chatted and listened to music. The guys played some guitar, we sang along to some songs, we eventually had the picada, and finally round 9 decided to go out for a snack of empanadas at a place that Martin had eaten at previously. Well a few of us fell asleep and finally connected around 10 and walked to the restaurant. It was great, the waiter new some English, and I asked if they could mix me a ...
... 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 ...
... each estancia, or farm. We've made it to Patagonia. There are no people here until we arrive at Comodoro Rivadavia, a kind of working man's town with lots of hustle bustle on the main street. Petrolium is the game here. There's little else as the land is just big hills of gravely dirt.
So we took the bus down the coast to Rada Tilly, the nearest tourist town. It has a very wide beach and, this being Saturday, there was a big rugby tounament going on ...