La Casa De Los Limoneros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... bigger lack of Spanish. But she was kind, and even brought tea, to the 3rd roommate, who felt poorly, lying in bed. Then came Natalie from California, and we shared walks, talks and beer and wines, quite enjoyable, both still waiting out for better "eating out" experiences. Like good food, value for your money kinda thing.... And she talked highly about coach surfing, and the option to look for girl hosts. So I have to look into that. God some good tips. And then came ...
Tried to withdraw more US dollars in the morning but the ATM said no. I checked out and took a bus to Tres Cruces bus terminal and bought a ticket to Colonia (about 280 Uruguay pesos). The trip took about 2.5 hours. Arrived and walked to the hostel (El Via something) - not very nice. The room is dark and dingy and smells awful, and the bathroom is even worse. Had ...
... and went up it, giving views over town. It had an almost Mediterranean feel to it, especially in the heat - if only the sea had been blue rather than brown. We visited an old house, a bastion and the church, where we stayed for a while because it was cool in there. We then took the bus through pastures and green fields to ...
... UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The capital of Uruguay which is described as a vibrant and eclectic city that has a rich cultural life. To us it was all about steak and bank cards.
... bus seats. By the time you enter, the sofa seats are most probably occupied. We took the regular seats and slept from boarding until the boat docks in Colonia. Waking up at 6am in the morning isn't really a norm for me. We proceeded to exit and you will have to scan your bags before getting out. We both had our bags checked as we brought some fruits from Buenos Aires. Apparently, you are not allowed to bring in any fruits into the country. They ...