Loi Suites Recoleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... take back across to BA.
So on the boat over feeling like a complete waster it was a welcome relief to be heading to the quiet little town of Colonia Del Sacremento, with a charming little old town it was worth a wander. The next morning I was going to move on to Montevideo but someone mentioned an area of grimness with an abandoned race course and Bull ring, so, with stancing on my mind I was on the bike and off, after hanging a right at the pack of ...
... spilled out on sidewalk cafés reading pretentious books. It's an amazing place to spend a day just wandering around, popping in and out of stores. San Telmo is actually the oldest neighbourhood in BA, which is perhaps the reason it houses so many antique stores. Every street seems to be hosting its own Antiques Road Show. The plethora of antique and bric-a-brac stores led in the early 70s to the opening of the weekly Sunday markets. Though originally named the San ...
... around'. It became obvious in a few minutes that we had no idea where we were going. The road we thought we were on turned out to be taking us in the wrong direction. So after some discrete map consultation (didn't want to look too obvious as tourists), we turned around, crossed the train tracks in a rather sketchy area. A few wrong turns, a few feet in puddles and we made it back. We were wet and tired so decided that 9:30 was as good as anytime for ...
... out. The waiters and waitresses then brought round the wine which was unlimited red or white, and two different types. One to drink before your meal and one to drink after which compliments the steak. The 1st part of the evening was to make your own traditional empañada, which is similar to our pasties we have in England. We had the ingredients laid out on the table and after a demo we had to make our own. We could chose our own ...
... to the lush tree tops and fantastically blue sky.
Up the staircase you find two floors of 20th century and contemporary Latin American art. The displays were varied showing everything from painting, sculture to photographs and collages - the space was filled however I felt perhaps there were too many pieces all competing for attention. I did enjoy the ...