Hotel Sol Colonia
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... into 3 Irish lads we had previously met in Bolivia and then in Salta, over 3 weeks before. For dinner we took the subway to Palermo to visit the recommended steakhouse, Don Julios where the queue out the door was justified.
Back in the Milhouse we had a couple of drinks with the Irish guys along with a few German's we had met earlier before calling it a night.
... Brazilians and increasingly overseas visitors is a UNESCO listed world heritage site. The restored buildings, narrow cobbled streets and old fortifications of the tiny Old Town along with the pleasant coastline, warm sunny days, sea breezes and laid back pace were perfect for a gentle relaxing few days. Uruguay is known for its excellent beef and Colonia for its beautiful beaches. We have quite obviously ...
... tables were covered with different kinds of salads, potatoes, savoury cakes and of course, meat. We were all given santa hats as well, just to add to the spectacle! A couple of German guys had lugged about a plastic Christmas tree with lights for a few months - it was worth the effort as it made everyone feel a lot more Christmassy! After the asado, we all crowded around a huge bonfire in the hostel garden. It was really lovely - it was my first Christmas away from home ...
The cottage was a bit like Little House on the Prairie, but instead of being located on a dusty plain in Tornado Alley, it was set in the middle of a huge lawn in three acres of verdant grounds belonging to the owners who inhabited the big house at the end of the drive. With woods to one side and a vineyard to the other, it was quite idyllic. Rustically but comfortably furnished it had everything we could possibly need including a cast ...
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Buses/coaches used - 44 (+10)
Trains used - 24