Radisson Hotel Colonia del Sacramento
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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We were told by our friends that it was worth a day and night to take the rapid ferry from Puerto Madero across the very wide Rio de la Plata to the village of Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay, so we did. The ferry is very fast and traverses the 50 km or so of river in just over an hour. We chose to leave on the mid-day ferry ...
... one and the river can be very rough, so it was a challenging ride...I hung in there but about half of the several hundred people on the boat were holding onto barf bags, just in case, and they looked a little green! After arriving in town, just spent the day relaxing and wandering, it was pretty quiet since it was a Monday, but the Portuguese influence ...
... quite quickly that sea-lion cuddling or stealing isn't encouraged. We think this is appalling. You would think that rangers are there to help and protect the animals. The baby that we approached clearly wanted to be cuddled and brought back to the UK, but those rangers deprived it. We will be writing a formal complaint to the appropriate authorities.
... to the second pub right when it really started poring rain. We stayed until closing time which was probably no later than 10pm. On our way back to the hostel we ended up picking up a bottle of wine. When we got back we went into the common room where the owner and a South American were watching a movie. We were later joined by a Brazilian couple and an Uruguayan man. The Brazilian couple offered to feed us some amazing soup and so ...
... and tie them to the bow deck, they are liable to get wet in lumpy seas! Didn’t seem to speed up the unloading either as still a long wait.
Did all the migration formalities on departure so straight into town to make the most of the remaining light, having put my clock forward, though later discovered, in winter it doesn’t change – maybe if I had understood more than one in 20 words of the non-stop chunter of the old guy sat next to me on the ferry, I may have ...