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Para o preço que cobra, podia ter quarto e banheiro mais espaçosos, e um desjejum mais rico.
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... and a number of old stone buildings the whole area was very attractive. We paid to go up the top of the old lighthouse to get a great view over the old town and the water. Around the area there are a number of very old derelict cars that have been especially parked outside shops to add to the atmosphere. One outside a restaurant was set up as a dining setting, another was filled with flowers in pots and ...
... are well outside the old city, overshadowed by the ugly tower blocks.
Being a Monday it was quiet, with a lot of places, including the brewpub, unfortunately closed. Was tough enough getting up and down the narrow lighthouse staircase as it was.
Checked out the views from the Bastion, the lovely little wooden pier overlooking the yacht harbour and from the path above one of the sandy beaches – they might be nicer in summer but the water still looked very muddy to ...
... Please Lord,do not let me be around when this happens!
Back to the bus station! My destination is Colonia del Sacramento,or Colonia,as I do not want to be writing that out every time, it is a two hour journey East of Montevideo and it sits on the Rio del Plato river mouth. It has a curious history and its architecture,language and people are an example of what happens when two separate countries fight over the same piece of land.
... travelers. Most were Argentinians looking to spend the week away, on vacation, but besides us, there were maybe 2 more backpackers.
We finally boarded the boat, which was a massive Catamaran, and the inside was literally just like being in a huge jumbo jet, ...
... the Spanish (Spanish road drain on the sides, Portuguese down the center). We visited the old bullring that has not been used since the Uruguayans outlawed bull fighting in the early 1900s.
After Fabian finished our tour, we set out to explore on our own. There wasn't much more to see but we stumbled upon Los Farolitos, the little sandwich shack on the main road. Los Farolitos is known for its chivito, a huge sandwich with a thin slice of beef, ...