San Remo Viking Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... back of the hotel) and walked over to La Carreta for a parrilla (barbequed meat) with asado (beef) and cordero (lamb). The restaurant was not full, but had a few scattered tables of Argentine families on vacation (many of them already quite tanned). Day 2 (Friday) -The next morning we had breakfast at the hotel (cafe con leche y medialunas) and walked over to the beach. It was a bright sunny day and the beaches were full. There were families jumping in ...
... taken most of the tourists away. We even had a hard time finding an open hotel. We needed take care of a few things anyway and were both still somewhat sick. This was a better option than BA for this sort of thing. We did laundry and exchanged documents with Craig re. the store. The people in town were very nice to us, and we did take a long walk on the Atlantic beach with some of the local escort dogs.
In the morning we went to Villa Gesell's local radio station. Jose Luis has a weekly radio show where he speaks about the political issues of the town. Some people think he should run for major of the town but he doesn’t want to.
We went along to see him on air and at the last minute found out we would be interviewed. We were the 'tourists’ from Spain and NZ. Emilio was questioned about what he thinks of Ville Gesell and Kelly was asked to speak about ...
... went for lunch at 5pm, to a seafood restaurant and again had too much food! We almost finished it!
On the way home we saw someone in their car at the traffic lights, drinking mate. Graciela told us it’s illegal to drink mate when driving, this is because it’s distracting.
We ended up falling sleeping on the road back to Villa Gesell while Graciela and Jose Luis had some interesting conversations at the front of the pickup ...
... with thick bush, the bushes (juncos o plumerillos) were about one metre high. At one point Graciela got stuck over one so high that the wheels of the quad lost contact with the ground and the quad turned over on it’s side. She landed unharmed except for some cuts. We then all got cuts on our legs dragging the quad bike out and back on it’s wheels.
We stopped for lunch in an area in the forest called Mar de las Pampas, we ...