Posada El Viajero

Address: Odriozola 296, Colonia del Sacramento, 70000, Uruguay | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Odriozola 296, Colonia del Sacramento, is near Barrio Historico, Colonia lighthouse, Puerta de la Ciudadela, and Avenida General Flores.
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      A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Dec 11, 2009

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      The town of Colonia was founded by the Portuguese in 1680 which was disputed by the Spanish who settled across Rio de la Plata in Buenos Aires. It went from crown to crown in many battles over a hundred years. It eventually came into the hands of the Brasilians in 1816, and then liberated themselves as their own country of Uruguay in 1828. There …

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... that what I thought was a Scotiabank ATM was actually just another random bank, so I didn’t end up avoiding any additional fees. The only appropriate thing to do now was get beer and maybe food. We found a restaurant with promo of beer and pizza combo. The appears to be a very common promotion. Cheese pizza has officially become my staple food. Once, we were done we went on a bar hop in hopes to find a new place for more beer. ...

      Shall we go to Uruguay for lunch?

      A travel blog entry by philandmups on Apr 24, 2014

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      ... chivito. This cholesterol bomb is a steak sandwich topped with cheese, ham, bacon, lettuce, tomato, olives and pickles. Awesome. And it obviously has to be washed down with a litre of the local beer. Once our long lunch was done it was pretty much time to head back to the ferry to return to Buenos Aires. To say we had "done" Uruguay might be a bit of an overstatement. But it's always nice to try somewhere new for lunch.... Phil and Mups ...

      Its the Pirate's Life for Me

      A travel blog entry by abbeyking on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... able to call Sergio for a ride if our phones ended up in the water. Thank God we all perform well under water. I mean, pressure.

      To celebrate our safe return to land after a stressful swim, we (literally) cracked open another bottle of wine and frolicked about on our private beach. Well, it was only a private party until the Uruguayan police showed up, uninvited I might add, but then we had a few guests to take part in our little ...

      Another country added to the passport

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 02, 2014

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      ... grid imposed by Spain under the "Laws of the Indies." Instead, this city has a free plan adapted to the topographical features of the site, however, being built around the water, it would allow for early warnings, in the case of invasion from the water. We walked along the cobbled streets and looked at the beautifully preserved buildings. These are really old, with low roofs, squat, but solid. We ...