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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Italiano Colonia del Sacramento
Para o preço que cobra, podia ter quarto e banheiro mais espaçosos, e um desjejum mais rico.
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... with his wife and three legged dog, while driving his 30 year old VW beetle to work.
When I arrived at the hostel at which I was staying, I was shown around by the receptionist. The tour included the smoking area "for tobacco and marijauna" as both are legal in the country.
The town of Colonia itself is a quaint little place. It was established as a trading- (or ...
... beef, cheese, ham, bacon, egg and salad.
From here we explored the cobble stoned streets of Colonia which was pleasant to walk through despite the heat. For a great view of the town, we walked to the top of the local lighthouse where the wind also provided a welcome relief from the heat. From here decided to relax in the pleasant hostel, played some board games ...
... we'd met some cool people including Bart, a Dutch surfer, and Henk, a Dutch magazine editor. Henk was a bit older, maybe in his sixties, and loved his food - and sharing it (as he said, sharing is not caring, sharing is multiplying - not sure I get the innuendo). A few times in the hostel we'd come back from the beach to a huge homemade, and often three course, meal sitting on the table waiting for us - with lots of wine. One day, Henk and his German sidekick arrived with, ...
... they would say it here) and confirmed our fear – that we did have to go back down the dirt track we had just given up on in order to get to our cabin, and added, just for good measure “I wouldn’t go down there though, the road is terrible”. In the absence of helicopters we had no choice so headed back down the rutted, stone-strewn track once again and finally made it to our new home – El Nido, or “The ...
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