Hotel Cristoforo Colombo
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
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... Uruguay and headed to the bus stop to get to the ferry.
On the bus there was that very creepy guy who somehow came closer to me all the time. I couldn't move any further away from him, but luckily his bag fell over and he had to go back.
The same guy was very close to me all the way to Montevideo. On the ferry I somehow managed to escape ( by changing my seat 4 times in 2 hours). On the bus he was sitting in the front, I went to the back. At some point ...
... it’s historic architecture,
particularly Parisian for the mansard roofed apartment blocks, wide avenues and
city centre parks. Long lunches with beer or wine seems common too and most
cafes appear to serve alcohol.
As for the red wine, decided to step it up a notch on the
wine stakes and went for a £1.50 bronze medal winning Cabernet Malbec but still
... and after a hunt of about half an hour we found it and had a little moment. We headed back to the hostel and after booking our tango evening again we began the process of getting ready again. This time our chariot awaited and he took us to 'complejo tango' just down town. We walked in and made ourselves comfortable and started our tango lesson. It was fabulous and learnt a couple a moves which strung together to make a short dance. After we headed upstairs for a three ...
... an amusement park.
Scariest part: I was scared when Eli had his bag stolen by robbers.
Saddest part: Seeing homeless people on ...
... on the famous balcony where the Perons addresses the crowds and seeing the presidential rooms. As it was shrove Tuesday we found a crepe place for dinner and Lindsay joined us but it was not a late one as Judith, unsurprisingly, was pretty tired after her flight. Headed to the Evita Musuem on Wednesday which was in a cool building with interesting exhibits and learnt more about Evita's life and her fashion sense as they had some of her hats, shoes and dresses on ...