TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cristal La Plata
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... lawn outside the cottage (they don’t eat them here tough - why would you with all that steak?) and a huge hare regularly bounding across the grass from the woods to the vineyard. It was magical. The only wildlife we were not so keen on were the clouds of mosquitoes that plagued us, particularly when walking on the empty river beaches. We were veritably savaged. Thank goodness they don’t carry any nasty diseases here. And yes, I did ...
... to do his job and how we weren't paying. He spoke good enough English that it felt like at least some of our insults got through, and with him threatening to go to the police and us agreeing but only if we walked we threw AR$40 at him and left. AR$40 incidentally is what we expected it to cost in the first place. We also, still in ranty mode talked a couple out of getting in with him which was also a little added bonus.
In the terminal it transpired that the boat ...
... drained and grumpy. Not really giving colonia the best chance for total enjoyment. The old town really is pretty and it was nice to be able to get outside and walk around. There are some beautifully looked after houses and stores around, with postcard facades. Walking along the cobble stone streets towards the fort you get the feeling that you really are in a different place. During 11 and 5 the city packed out for May Day! 1st of May is ...
... were a little hesitant because we knew there were only tourists. As we looked around at the city from our table, I swear it looked like a ghost town. I had one of my favorite meals at this restaurant called arroz de Valencia. It was so delicious that it melted in my mouth. When we finished dinner, we decided to go straight home because barely anyone was outside. We got back to the hotel to relax a bit, then went to bed at a human ...
... him. We got to our next destination, the Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo and Emily was just about to get sleepy. Instead of going into the museum right away we went across the street to a park holding a Shakespeare/renaissance-type festival. We did not know this was going on beforehand but it was a nice bonus. We let Emily crawl around on the well manicured grass and she had a great time, meeting another baby, a tiny dog and a violin player along the way. It ...
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