La Casa De Los Limoneros
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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Buenos Aires is a port city built on the Rio de la Plata, a vast expanse of water that is the river mouth of the Rio Uruguay. On leaving BA we took the ferry 50km across the Rio de la Plata to the seaside holiday town of Colonia Del Sacramento in Uruguay. An old port town occupied first by the Portuguese in the 17th century then subsequently by the Spanish, this quaint little holiday destination favoured by ...
... once we were back in a wifi zone we realised that, with four days to go until New Year, almost everywhere was full or triple the price we'd budgeted for. So in the end, we missed out on La Pedrera and Punta del Este, ending up in Colonia del Sacramento for a few days and then catching the ferry over to Buenos Aires in time for the bells instead. I'm not too worried about that, as fun as Punta del Este would have been, it is just a big beach resort city. So we got the bus ...
... 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 ...
... Unfortunately the main office number was permanently engaged.
We needed a plan B. So, Rocio called us a taxi to take us to the Thrifty Office in the old town where we could easily sort out the car problem. Of course I casually mentioned to the taxi driver that we did actually have our own car but it just wouldn’t start, thinking, no taxi driver worth his salt would go out to work without a set of jump leads in the boot, even ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Planes used - 11
Buses/coaches used - 44 (+10)
Trains used - 24