La Casa De Los Limoneros
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Solynico stayed here on Aug 16, 2013 during their trip titled: Solynico's Great Adventure.
... away, I think there is an old bull fighting ring. It would be quite boring for me to stay another few more hours but I do not agree with some people who commented that Colonia is easily done in an hour and then all the time is spent waiting for the return ferry. Take your time and enjoy the peacefulness of a much less busy city than Buenos Aires. There is no need to rush through the sites, I would say 3 hours is a good average. There are ...
... and it is now awash with thousands upon thousands of visitors,yet somehow it manages to keep its charm,propped up on its pastel coloured walls,tiled roofs,bougainvillea bushes,boutique hotels draped in Hibiscus and the sound of the white washed church tolling on the hour as the smell of steak and fish lingers around the little bay,its a colonial gem of a bygone era looking over the horizon to the shiny metropolis of Buenos Aries, “The Paris of the South”.
... too kindly to this and let the woman know to back off in very loud dog-ese, inspiring his compatriot to start barking also. Luckily Emily only opened her eyes for a few seconds and then went right back to her blissful nap.
We then started strolling randomly around as this town is one of the best places I've been for just walking around randomly. Once again Debbie showed infinite patience with my incessant snapping but at ...
... had waaay too much make up on and reminded me of Mrs Bucket! She didn't speak a word of English but luckily Andrea spoke a little Spanish and as they conversed this lady started helping herself to our leftover food! She sat down on the next table and cheekily demanded the condiments as she devoured the lot! Bizarre, but at least it didn't go to waste!
That evening we met the remainder of the tour group that had already been in BA for a ...