Days Inn Resort Casa Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Australia. The rocky coastline is interspersed by stretches of rough sand and the waters of the Rio de la Plata are awash with flotsam and dirty brown in colour. Our restaurant experiences in Colonia have been questionable to say the least, with tough, overcooked and overpriced meat. On the up side, we have had a lovely time relaxing, strolling the gorgeous little tree lined streets of Old Town, poking about ...
A very quaint town with cobblestone streets and colourful fuschia flowers along walls. As it is a small town we only stayed for one day. I enjoyed a salmon black ravioli with tomato base sauce for lunch followed by a visit to the local gelato store. Walked ...
... our tans for Brazil. Once again the tennis ball saw a lot of action. We let Sara have a drive but she nearly ploughed into a parked car so she was relegated to the back seat. Uruguayan men are supposedly much more relaxed and self assured than their brassy and arrogant cousins across the water - but there was no evidence of that in the hostel. They were very enthusiastic to Sara even if that required help from the google translator so Dave had to keep a close watch over ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Planes used - 11
Buses/coaches used - 44 (+10)
Trains used - 24
... friendly and really really into their mate, even more so than the Argentines. Nearly everyone walks around with a standard size, seemingly burdensome thermos of hot water held tight within one arm pit while holding their mate cup with the same hand and sipping from the bombilla (special mate straw with a strainer). This scenario seems to leave all Uruguayans to function in life with one remaining arm. I will be looking further into this.