El Mirador Hotel and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... of locals clutching their mate cups and flasks of hot water, crumbly old walls, undulating cobble stones, picturesque doorways and cheerful, well cared for dogs wandering happily through the town. But probably most importantly of all, the little town is totally devoid of the ubiquitous Starbucks, McDonalds and Burger King (or any nasty international fast food chain). Not many places left in the world can claim that ...
... town and stopped for a view of the sea - a huge river really, that sits between Colonia and buenos aires. Dinner was at a retro fitted restaurant that served a huge variety of dishes, and unfortunately I got a tummy ache from having their grill fish with ...
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... stroll along the narrow cobblestone streets of Colonia's Barrio Histórico with my family. Its historic neighborhood is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and thus is preserved in its colonial style as it had been under the rule of the Portuguese and later the Spanish. The picturesque section of the city, sitting within a small peninsula that juts out into the river, is filled with interesting little gift shops and cafés interspersed among ...
... the old town. It was so picturesque as the photos show. Unfortunately the heavens opened at lunchtime and rained for the rest of the afternoon. Lucky for us we were outside an interesting restaurant El Drugstore when it started raining. We ducked inside and had a delicious lunch while waiting the rain to stop. No hope of that happening so eventually we headed back outside. It was really pouring so we decided to head back to the ferry terminal ...