Posada del Angel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada del Angel Colonia del Sacramento
really lovely place to stay
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... them at a table to eat. We chatted,ate, and drink our wine. Joss had went to be before I did and I hung out chatting with the group. Shortly everyone started going to bed and it was the Uruguayan and I. I would try to talk to him in spanish and he kept asking me to stop because he spoke English. We chatted for a bit and I went to bed. My observations: South Americans are lovely; Clouds can make a beautiful place look blah; Banks ...
... store that didn't reopen until 5pm, after siesta.
The day ended perfectly. The hostel had emptied out by Sunday evening, with the weekend crowd from Buenos Aires heading back, leaving the communal area all to ourselves. We built a huge fire and sat in front of the fireplace all evening playing games and eating the popcorn and empanadas that Jonathan had made. He cooked and cleaned all of the dishes and I truly felt relaxed and appreciated.
We arrived in Colonia del Sacramento by ferry from Buenos Aires, a welcome change from bus travel in South America.We arrived to heavy rainfall, and despite my pleas for a taxi, Mr H assured me it was only 400m or so, and we wouldn't get too wet, so we set off at a fast pace to our hostel. For some reason or other, we had booked a twin room for one night and a double room for the next, which confused the hostel staff no end, but both ...
... recommended by the lonely planet, but it was fairly average. We had only taken out a small amount of Uruguayan Peso's earlier that day because we were only going to be there one night, so we tried to stay within budget. We ended up overspending on dinner because they add on what they call a "cutlery charge" which is basically service. Annoyingly we were only a few pesos over, but it meant that we would now have to pay for our ...
... made us hurl. I wouldn't joke about it at all, but the video selection that they were playing right in front of our faces, was 'Planet Earth,' the beautifully made British series of amazing nature scenes...But, the scenes unfolding in front of every already vomiting person, were that of Penguins, regurgitating food into their offspring's mouth. Wow, I literally laughed out loud at the irony.