Gran Hotel Riazor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... a pair of Argentine students and arranged to go out for a drink with them. They were both girls, studying journalism and psychology in La Plata. When I met them to go out they were wrapped up in leather jackets long cardigans, jeans, boots and scarves. I arrived downstairs in pumps and a thin hoody. They looked at me in horror.
"Aren't you cold?!"
"No," I replied. "Are you... ill?"
On the walk to the bar, a driver ...
... espresso from El Rey in New York, or the great coffee we are lucky enough to get as a standard in Melbourne, but not bad at all. Mar Del Plata has the cafe experience down pat and I finally figured out to order my coffee "templada", meaning warm, which solved the scolding hot coffee problem that I'd had. The Hangover After spending most of the week feeling like we were the youngest people in Mar Del Plata (it seemed like its permanent residents were all ...
... management courses. See Buenos Aires entry.
Mardel is however much better with its pedestrian crossing lights than Buenos Aires. Here, they count down from 40 seconds which is far kinder than the 10 seconds in Buenos Aires for the many Argentinian retirees who live here not to mention this decrepit old bag. I think 10 seconds to cross is ageist and discriminatory and I might put in a formal complaint to Christina (Fernandez, ...
... about it and were fascinated with what was happening. We're not sure whether this happens very regular from their response but it was pretty cool to see. We retuned back to the hostel after sun set then nipped out to get food for tea. We decided to cook stake tonight so headed to the butchers for a nice cute off filler, not at all expensive in comparison to England. The food we cooked was delicious, accompanied by roasted butternut squash ...
... cost when we could go to one closer for a lot cheaper. and would have to wait an hour for the next one. Whats more the weather at this point was over cast, some times it does clear up in the afternoon but we thought if i didn't we would have spent quite abit of money for a pointless day at the beach. We headed back to the hostel and on the way it started to rain so it turned out to be a good decision after all. ...