Radisson Hotel Colonia del Sacramento
Travel Blogs from Colonia del Sacramento
Today the family woke very early to catch the ferry to Uruguay. Debbie had to laugh because Emily looked just like dad when he is woken up too early- surprised, sleepy, and a bit surly. Mom had done a great job lasting until 2am packing, mostly Emily's food.
After a cab ride ending with the driver not being totally sure where to drop us off …
Today we got up and went to the buffet at the hotel. There was a variety of food there. It was good. After the buffet, we took a walk around Colonia. It is over four hundred years old. Then we saw a tree that was full of parrots, hummingbirds and bugs. Then we went to the big old city wall, it had a draw bridge and old cannons. After that we went …
Arrived in Colonia, after a pretty smooth crossing from Buenos Aires. Both of us were feeling the effects of the lack of sleep and the mood was low to say the least! It only took 3 hours and we did have the luxury of a first class ticket so it was the most painful journey. Tadgh was asleep for most of it on the floor. We sure did look like first …
I arrived in Uruguay on the colonia express ferry. After my 20 minute struggle dragging my huge backpack on its little trolley wheels through the cobbled streets I found my hostel. I went into the old town which is very quaint. There is a sleepy feel to the town with many Uruguayans walking holding and sipping their ...
... in the fourth our cards worked, however it would only let you take out 100 dollars at a time, so we had to keep putting our cards back in! The queue really did get long while us 3 were using the only ATM in the bank! Georgie and I managed to get 600 dollars each using our travelcash and Barclays as they both cap. This should be plenty of money for the rest of Argentina! Then it was a speedy return to the port to join the longest queue in the world. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet