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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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... Bob Marley at the top of his voice, interspersed with 'bloody hippies', and because we went to a bar that really could have been any bar in any city anywhere, except it was outside and kind of inside a tree. After deciding that one night was enough for us (does that make us prudes..?) we jumped back on the huge tourist truck and set off for a more mainstream destination. Cabo Polonio was quite cool and very different from anywhere else, but it seemed like it ...
After our walk we headed back to the hotel for some rest, to catch up on this blog and for Shaylee to have a sleep. With the town seen earlier about the only other thing to do in Colonia is to hire a golf cart and take a tour of the outlying area, particularly the failed resort area that an entrepreneur tried to start in 1911, this includes a now abandoned and crumbling but still cool looking bull fighting ring, a race course that is ...
... hours ahead of places like New York. The net result being that it didn’t get dark until almost 9pm which ruined our mealtime scheduling, but was a welcome change from the year-round sudden night fall between 5:30pm and 6:30pm that we had in Cusco.
Anyway, after eating our mutant ribeye steaks on that first bucolic evening, Colin started squinting out of the cabin window, thinking he could see people walking across the lawn ...
... mud brown. Renting golf carts to motor around town is apparently the thing to do here. A few of our fellow travelers did and found that the usual scenic path was flooded so they ended up on the main roads. We wandered both the old and new section of town, found a grocery store to pick up some food for breakfast and returned to the hotel. Supper was at 8:30 at a brewery that served Mexican-like food (quesadilla and ...
... 6Km long) and a Patricia (the local Uruguayan beer, refreshing like Quilmes) on a beautiful park before going to the bus terminal to catch my bus for Montevideo!
Day-trip in Colonia is definitely worth. And some great pictures taken – great graffiti there.
In the meanwhile great news has come along and some of the thoughts on my head disappeared: grande dad, you are a warrior! I love ...