Sheraton Colonia Golf & Spa Resort
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The history of this town was something about a smugglers port back in the day and people smuggling goods tax free to Buenos Aires (I think). My history is shocking - sorry!! There isn't too much to do here, other than wander around the historical area of town and check out the amazing buildings and beautiful cobbled streets. After an afternoon of ice cream eating and photo taking we had dinner and hit the hay ready for an early start catching the ferry the next ...
Early start this morning, ready for our 8 hour shore excursion. We had breakfast upstairs in the Lido, but only a light one. I had been talking to another passenger in the laundry who went on a ranch visit and warned us that we get fed a lot! So off we went to see Gaucho Life on the Pampas. After a 90 minute drive we were greeted with juice and empanadas. We then had the chance to go horse riding or ...
... decided to have a barney on the road outside our window. We coincidently slept past breakfast and decided to leave our bags in the hostel for a couple more hours to see a little bit more of the town. After another hour or so of walking and visiting the local beach, we returned to grab our bags and set off to the bus station. The bus was in 40mins so we sat down outside and tucked into our homemade sandwiches before boarding, destined for the capital of ...
A very quaint town with cobblestone streets and colourful fuschia flowers along walls. As it is a small town we only stayed for one day. I enjoyed a salmon black ravioli with tomato base sauce for lunch followed by a visit to the local gelato store. Walked ...
Saturday 20th December
We get back to Buenos Aires about 6 pm. The plan is to stay one night in Buenos Aires to break up a long trip and tomorrow take a 18 h bus to Puerto Madryn. We picked a different hostel this time following recommendation of a mouthy American we met at the Spanish class last week. Hostel el Secreto is in a different part of town, which is on the tube, so should have been relatively easy to reach. But when we get to BA the tube line ...