Costa Colonia Riverside Boutique Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Colonia del Sacramento
... to deny them that right of passage?
Very very soon only Africa will remain as the last adventurous place in the world to travel to and we will descend on the continent like locusts looking for a fix and this massive influx of tourism in Africa will very quickly change the “dark continent” into another shopping mall. Eventually of course we will all be living in one big “Disney Land” where we line up and queue for ...
The combination of beers and lots of peanuts meant we almost skipped dinner but in the end I hustled the group into heading out. We didn't make it far, we tried this restaurant across the road on the corner and it turned out to be one of the nicest eating out experiences I've had. The restaurant was tiny with one table of 6 in the middle and two tables of 2 either side, they were playing swing music and we were literally in someone's living room. ...
... at the seat next to us filled with our bags but I hesitated so she walked on. After a very brief consultation with Debbie I got up and was going to offer her the seat but by then she had found a better one so I let her be. When I inquired to a staff member about the location of child lifejackets she said 'don't worry, nothing ever happens on these', so of course I immediately knocked on wood and then looked for them ...
... We needed to save up a bit for the big Christmas Eve festivities.
Tonight we had dinner at Pulperia de los Faroles, which sits on the main square in Colonia. All of the tables were set up outside, lit with candlelight. We shared dinner with locals and tourists, enjoying the Uruguayan wine tannat. It was yummy. The festivities peaked at midnight with fireworks and champagne. In fact the fireworks went on throughout the neighborhoods for several ...
... on the blue market rate as the peso itself is so unstable. You cannot withdraw dollars from Argentinian ATMs but you can from Uruguayan runs which results in masses of people from Buenos Aires flocking to Colonia to withdraw as many dollars as possible on all their credit cards. This results in huge cues at the 5 or so ATMs in Colonia. Still it was very beautiful and relaxing couple of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet