La Casa De Los Limoneros
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El servicio de la hostería fue excelente. Ver nuestros comentarios y evaluación en Tripadvisor.
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... homes are photography heaven.
Here are a few highlights of what we saw, and photographed:
Portón de Campo (The Drawbridge Entrance). The main entrance to the old walled part of the city this drawbridge dates back to 1745.
Calle de los Suspiros (Street of Sighs). One of the most photographed parts of Colonia, Calle de los Suspiros is literally translated as the Street of Sighs.
Plaza Mayor (Main ...
... 233;cidé de se disputer à nouveau juste en face de nos fenêtres... Évidemment nous loupons le petit déj à 10h et quittons la chambre vers 11h. Nous laissons nos sacs et partons nous promener quelques heures. Après une heure de balade le long de la plage, nous récupérons nos sacs et nous dirigeons vers la gare routière. Durant les 40 minutes d'attente, nous mangeons nos sandwichs puis embarquons pour la Capitale ...
... spoon Rachel and Inge had wanted and then had what seemed to be a fruitless search for my bead to add to the necklace I am making. Of course it needed to be light blue to represent Uruquay's flag colour! It must have been the last shop when I spotted a blue stone which would suffice but then the shopkeeper decided it was $5 !! On his bike! So search resumed and in last possible outlet around the corner of the shop ...
... She is leaving back home to San Francisco on Wednesday so she offloaded all her toiletries and medicines to me. It was so great. I have already had two people do that to me so I won't need to buy any of that stuff for ages :-) lucky me. We had a lovely breakfast that she treated me too because she just found $100 in amongst her toiletries! That was so sweet of her. Then I got my stuff all packed up and went to get on the ferry to Uruguay. I arrived in Colonia de Sacramento ...
We arrived in Buenos Aires after an 18 hour bus journey from Puerto Iguazu. Unlike Brazil where the busses stopped at a services every few hours, the Argentinian bus only stopped once in the middle of the night. We were ushered off the bus, sat down in a huge restaurant/warehouse and were promtly served a 3 course meal, with a beer, in under 15 minutes! A kiwi couple, the only other gringos on the bus, shared our bewilderment as we were ushered ...