La Casa de Teresa
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During the time the Folks were in South America with me, we went to Uruguay for a few days too. Daddy and I stepped off the ferry at the same time, so that we couldn't compete as to who got there first, as we usually do. I did have the rest of South America on him, so I was happy to do so! :)
We stayed in Colonia de Sacramento for two days and one night. It's a small, quiet town, the old part that we saw anyway. There are old, classic cars scattered throughout ...
A two hour ferry journey across the freshwater Rió de la Plata is the Uruguayan peninsula town of Colonia del Sacramento. Founded by the Portuguese in 1680 to smuggle goods into Buenos Aires, it is a popular day trip with Porteños' (people from Buenos Aires) looking to escape the city and stock up on US$ to exchange back in Argentina on the black market. It's also only 2 hours behind UK time, which is strange considering it's a 14 hour flight home. During ...
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... vibe of this town and rest before we leave on Thursday. Wednesday 3rd September. Overcast again today so we walked the 5 km to the end of the beach line ans wheee Sheraton has ckaimed the waterfront with a massive golf and residential development. Then we walked to the derelict bull fighting stadium, the closed railway museum and cafe then along to the closed paleontology museum. Hilariously this happening town was on show today, not!We walmed for 4 hours and ended up at ...
... are well outside the old city, overshadowed by the ugly tower blocks.
Being a Monday it was quiet, with a lot of places, including the brewpub, unfortunately closed. Was tough enough getting up and down the narrow lighthouse staircase as it was.
Checked out the views from the Bastion, the lovely little wooden pier overlooking the yacht harbour, and from the path above one of the sandy beaches – they might be nicer in summer, but the water still looked very muddy to ...