San Marco Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... can survive anything. They are like an obstacle course and you have to really watch where you’re going at all times. Constant surface changes, mini potholes, ups and downs, and dodging traffic make for a real challenge to the survival of a stroller. We almost did a stroller ‘endo’ once or twice (an endo being when the stroller tips over forwards due to a sudden stop), but always managed to not go all the way over ...
Arrived in colonia after very early start after very little sleep - boooo! Colonia is a lovely little place - very quiet (almost scarily so), very picturesque and quite touristy - do any normals live there? The banks were the bad start - most closed, most don't have ATMs (open to tourists anyway - the massive withdrawals of US dollars for double exchange rates on BA black market only reserved for locals) and then my one working card being rejected ...
Woke to torrential rain, which luckily cleared. Strolled the small historic town with winding, cobbled streets. Saw the Puerta de Campo (city gates), Calle de Los Suspiros, lighthouse and old port. Little else to do with average weather and ghost-like time of year. Had lunch and got bus to Montevideo, which had wifi the whole way! Arrived in Montevideo, much larger city than anticipated. Checked into El Viajero before a rubbish ...
It was sad to leave Tigre after spending the month working and relaxing with a new little family. But after a slightly teary goodbye I set off to the city to meet Gen. The train tickets were again out of service so like the day I arrived in Tigre, i had a free train ride back to the city. This meant i couldn't complain that the train left 20 minutes later than it should have and took an exceptionally longer time to get to BA. Finally i made it and after ...
... and seeing her family photos and pictures her children had drawn etc.
We went to the small museum next door to the palace. It is built around the cities old customs building and the whole place looked really cool. There were lots of films about Argentina's history, which Adrian was translating for us, all very interesting. However some delightful Argentinian lady came over and shouted at Adrian, in English, saying that he should not be speaking English ...