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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Pinamar
... pampas" with beautiful blue skies and occasional rivers or gauchos on their horses. I really enjoyed Pinamar, Valeria and Carilo and would love to return again with Ed, and perhaps next time on motorbike so we can stop at some of the roadside stands selling cheese and other artesanias along the way. If we do, we'll probably stay at Hotel Casablanca again, especially if Marga is still working there... a gentle women with a great mind and warm welcoming ...
... areas rather than the international set. After we caught up with the bus outside of Iguazu, we continued on overnight into the main bus terminal in Buenas Aires. From there we caught a bus to a town named Mar de Ajo about 120 miles South of BA on the coast. There are a series of little towns along the coast in this area. Most of them saw their glory days in the '60s and '70s and are now somewhat seedy. Newer ...
... a brownie cake, which we had also seen on some restaurant menus. It’s a brownie base with a thin layer of dulce de leche on top, then covered in meringue. Dulce de Leche is a thick caramel sauce or Nestle condensed milk mixed with butter and sugar. We found it in all things sweet in Argentina, it was almost like a subsititute for cream. The flan we had for dessert at the roadside restaurant today was accommanied by dulce de leche rather than cream. Fortunately Kelly likes ...
... 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 ...
Today we took the quad bikes on an excursion to Faro Querandi, a lighthouse on the coast surrounded by Medanos (sand dunes in Argentinean). Graciela rode on one quad and we went the other (Emilio at the wheel). It was 20kms from the house to the lighthouse, our destination. We rode through sandy roads, through a forest, past lodges, across a beach with sun bathers, then into a landscape of blue sky and endless sand dunes. We saw the striped light house ...