Days Inn Resort Casa Del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... occupied later by Portuguese and then Spanish settlers. The streets are cobblestone and dotted with antique cars - many still obviously in use. It is a very sleepy village without much to do but walk around and enjoy the old buildings, artisan shops, and restaurants. It was very relaxing after the hectic pace of the few weeks before.
... decided to have a barney on the road outside our window. We coincidently slept past breakfast and decided to leave our bags in the hostel for a couple more hours to see a little bit more of the town. After another hour or so of walking and visiting the local beach, we returned to grab our bags and set off to the bus station. The bus was in 40mins so we sat down outside and tucked into our homemade sandwiches before boarding, destined for the capital of ...
We arrived in Buenos Aires after an 18 hour bus journey from Puerto Iguazu. Unlike Brazil where the busses stopped at a services every few hours, the Argentinian bus only stopped once in the middle of the night. We were ushered off the bus, sat down in a huge restaurant/warehouse and were promtly served a 3 course meal, with a beer, in under 15 minutes! A kiwi couple, the only other gringos on the bus, shared our bewilderment as we were ushered ...
... would expect nothing less. I also enquired as to the legal obligation on owners to have their dogs vaccinated against rabies, much to Colin’s embarrassment Well, it’s best to know isn’t it…
Our time in Colonia came to an end much too quickly and before we knew it we were on our way to Montevideo, the nation’s capital. But neither of us will ever forget our first taste of Uruguay – the friendliness of ...
... this was top notch. Sangria is what everyone drinks but it’s really expensive so we made our own. We bought a litre of red wine, 2 apples, 2 oranges, 1 lemon, fizzy orange juice, sugar & ended up making around 4 litres! It was awesome and much cheaper than buying it out. Tomorrow we head up to the legendary Fray Bentos home of the pie or so I was led to believe as a child in ...