Sheraton Colonia Golf & Spa Resort
Travel Blogs from Colonia del Sacramento
... 207 Milhouse and checked into room 204 Milhouse. Went to the biggest attraction in Buenos Aires today. Cenemetrio de la recoleta. A cemetery for big dogs back in the day. I actually have no clue but it was pretty cool, huge statues, tomb stones where you can see in the window, stairs going under ground. Small buildings made of marble. Each tomb stone gate is key padlocked, I don't know what they were thinking, I would of used a combination lock. Tom told me that the most famous ...
I woke up on this particular Sunday in the picturesque little town of Colonia, Uruguay, to Mother's Day cards from my children. I had totally forgotten about Mother's Day, but now that it was mentioned, I would take full advantage of it. A cup of coffee delivered to my bed for me was my second gift of the day. The third present to me that day, after a basic breakfast of coffee, corn flakes and rolls provided by the hostel, was a ...
So we arrived in Buenos Aires from the 20 hour bus from Puerto Iguazu and walked for over any hour in torrential rain to the hostel. First impressions of BA? Not great. What a difference a week makes, now we don't want to leave! The rain cleared by the afternoon so we went off for a wander round San Telmo, the barrio we were staying in. And what would turn out to be our favourite barrio in BA. We were told that San Telmo was abandoned by the rich after ...
... had fallen to more comfortable levels. Unfortunately we were relegated to the slow boat on the way over, but it did give me a chance to catch up on some sleep, after a restless night due to the storms. It was still raining lightly when we arrived in Colonia, but not heavy enough to worry about pulling out the coats and umbrellas. We left the terminal building and made outer way to Tourist Information ...
... through the streets were very casual and refreshing with no real destination in mind. Our travels were only broken by a visit to an ATM which ordinarily wouldn't be that interesting. However, like the rest of South America ATM's are sometimes rare and most banks don't have more than two to prevent massive runs on cash if inflation or economic trauma hits. Hence, lining up has become the cultural norm and a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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