Hostal De Los Poetas
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Sunday - This time we walked from the hotel to the ferry terminal on a main street, Cordoba, to take the ferry to Colonia del Sacramento for a day trip. We waited in line to check in and then proceeded to Uruguay Immigration where we waited in another long line. Immigration went well, so we thought at first. We then waited in yet another lineup to board the ferry. When we reached the front of the lineup, I was told that I did not have a Boarding pass and could ...
... top, high plateau sandals, the faded blond hair in a messy ponytail, tanned, lightly wrinkled skin, slim body that seem to bend forward because of the height opt her sandals. She was British. And she could talk to the point where I needed to find excuses to walk away. Apparently she travels a lot and lives in Argentina, and are where in Colonia for the stamp... And the beach. Kept talking about the big beach and I should go, why else be here. Later after I said good ...
... town with cobbled streets, trees blooming with fuscia-coloured flowers, an array of pastel painted terraces and an inordinate number of classic (old) cars.
In hindsight, the 1st January may not have been the best day to pick to explore, as many of the attractions were closed, but in other respects it was perfect. Spring had most definitely sprung, with the tree and flower blossom adding even more colour to the town and we benefitted ...
... we had already gone through all the immigration formalities in BA and soon we would be breezing through the Port of Colonia and on our way to our rustic hideaway in the middle of a Uruguayan vineyard.
However, we had not banked on the fact that any vestige of passenger and luggage logistics or organisational skill would have evaporated somewhere mid-river. All checked luggage from the boat was loaded randomly onto three separate ...
... text-size-adjust: auto;">We didn't do much else or see much else of the city. It seemed very much the same as any other city. We used it as a bit of a chance to catch up on washing and jobs etc.
We (David) also chose this city to be the one in which ...