Don Antonio Posada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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After spending one night sleep in Recoleto Buenos Aires, we head to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. We took the ferry boat, that crosses Mar del Plata, it covers the distance in 1 hour. In Sacramento we visited the Portuguese museum and the Tyle museum. Was time to chill out and enjoy the sunset eating prawns and drinking caipirinhas.
Today we woke up at 9am and went to breakfast downstairs. The food was quite delicious! Afterward my mom did work and I read Insurgent (2nd book in Divergent series). We walked across the street to a popular restaurant and I got fugazzeta and my mom got another typical Uruguayan food. The food was pretty good and filled our stomachs. We then walked …
... markets and the handful of museums housed in renovated old buildings, snapping pictures of the run down vintage cars parked permanently by the side of the roads and people watching. The beer is good and cold, the people generally friendly and the place has the feel of a happy holiday town. As Sue succinctly described it, Colonia is the Uruguayan equivalent of a cross between Busselton and Havana. We will take away ...
... auto;">Metros/subways used - 39
Cars used - 9
Minivans - 10
Russian Campervans used -1
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 ...