El Mirador Hotel and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... cleaner, Rocio, was working at the big house and she was happy to call Thrifty Car Rental for us. There are three Thrifty offices in Colonia but it seemed to make sense to call the Port branch - where we had actually hired our car - first. When they eventually answered we were curtly instructed to phone the main office in the old town. I can only imagine a crowded ferry had just come in and the Thrifty operative was trying to make sense of the ...
... looks real and not “made for tourists”. After a nice walk around the city with 4 people I met on the boat (2 girls from Montevideo and a very funny couple from BA) we went for lunch in a great restaurant that I found by coincidence and that was full of local workers… I suppose this was a good sign. Great lunch indeed.
After lunch, good time for a long walk on the riderside (la Rambla ...
Today we took a day trip to a lovely place called Colonia del Sacremento. It is a little cobbled place with white washed buildings, lots of little museums, galleries and pavement cafés. We had such a lovely day enjoying the sunshine, pottering from one place to another and moving from one cafe to another drinking wine. The wine was so good we actually got ...
... in tow obviously involves more caution. When the motorcycle gang pulled up with guns drawn I knew it was go time. I'm just kidding- but I was relieved when there was a small artists store near our destination with some nice women who offered to call a cab for us when we got back from the bullring. We finally arrived at our destination and Emily was awake so she was able to share in the amazing encounter with an abandoned fenced off crumbling building. ...
... a quaint restaurant right by the water to take advantage of this opportunity to eat without also feeding Emily. This restaurant had a great location going for it. And not much else. The very long-in-coming food was edible, which is always a bonus, but for example Debbie's mixed vegetables were straight up jolly green giant out of the bag and onto the plate after a quick boil. But it was nonetheless a great meal for us because we were able to eat ...