Cruz Chica Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The weakest link was the windows, single pane patio doors out to a lovely big balcony. Unfortunately got to see sunrise from it despite wanting a lie-in – hostel owners who are dog owners should train their dogs not to bark all night but they never do, even in an establishment of this quality.
Did loads of washing and hung it out before a really breakfast with espresso, fresh fruit and fresh juice. Nothing ...
... as he had his first opportunity of driving in the mud! The hundreds of tall yatay palms were an impressive sight. We took a short walk on the bank of the Rio Uruguay and wandered around the ruins of an old lime works which had been set up by Jesuit missionaries in the 18th century.
In the evening, we returned to Colon. Typically, rural towns, both in Uruguay and Argentina, have very few paved streets. There are usually only half a dozen or so ...
... raised her children. The children are grown and Gabriella and her husband now live on Cypress, but they didn’t want to part with the house so they remodeled it for B&B use that is lovingly managed by Florentina.
Andy, his wife and two-year-old daughter join us for dinner. There is much laughter over good food and wine. We discover that Patrick and Andy are the same age. Maybe there is something to Chinese astrology.
... sent to an pick up Center in about 10 day's , incredible!!
Talking to people while waiting the Argentians think that their Coverment should return the favor for US Citizens and let them get a taste of the treatment just like the Brazilians do now and require an Visa for US People.
Its amazing what this huge TSA monster has created around the world,most country's caving in to the US demand to establish the same ...
I left Proyecto Caraya one day early to rest and recuperate in La Cumbre, the closest village to the project.
I had planned on leaving at 3 in the afternoon but as they were short of people that last week and I couldn't really tear myself away from the babies I ended up staying until 7 that evening and got a lift part way into town with the director of the project. She only took me part of the way and then put me in a taxi to the wrong ...