La Casa De Los Limoneros
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... the top since it was about 91 degrees. That earned us a couple of beers at one of the cafes, where we enjoyed the breezes of the afternoon and watched the many stray dogs come and go, disrupting traffic.
We had read about a drink unique to Uruguay called medio y medio and were eager to try this blend of half white wine, half sparkling wine. So that night at dinner, we ordered a bottle. First, ...
... už jsme obezretnejsi a jdeme tam kam chodí místní (a ne turisté) na maso. Dame si hovězí žebírka tradičně servírované s hranolky a salátem, a jsou vynikající. Za námi sedí nějaký Asiat, který si dává jenom steak J
Čtvrtek 18. Prosince
Jelikož máme v Colonii zarezervované jenom dvě noci, v 11 ráno odcházíme z hostelu rovnou na autobusové nádraží a bereme si první autobus směr Montevideo.
... they would say it here) and confirmed our fear – that we did have to go back down the dirt track we had just given up on in order to get to our cabin, and added, just for good measure “I wouldn’t go down there though, the road is terrible”. In the absence of helicopters we had no choice so headed back down the rutted, stone-strewn track once again and finally made it to our new home – El Nido, or “The ...
... endless white sandy beach with sand dunes that rise steeply just inland, quirky little wooden houses and shacks on dusty quiet lanes. There's isn't really that much to do once you've had a quick wander around the streets and along the beach, apart from relax and just absorb the Uruguayan countryside.
... I thought it looked pretty spectacular - I took to calling it 'Colonia's Colosseum'! We returned to the old town, indulging in yet another amazing icecream, climbing the lighthouse, visiting the artesanal store and the church and so on that had been closed the day before. We dropped by the supermarket on the way back to the hostel to grab dinner items, and got halfway back to the hostel before the 1L beer decided to cut its way to ...