Le Biblo, Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... favorites (powder finger, john butler trio, jet). We all got coffees and some food, then were brought cake for dessert. It was a delicious soft banana cake, with white icing and only a slight hint of marijuana taste. We each had half a slice and saved the other half for later in the arvo. *Football stadium- With the weed starting to work its magic, we wandered towards a massive world famous football stadium. It was where they hosted the first ever World Cup in 1930, which Uruguay ...
Uruguay is ridiculously expensive so to not take advantage of the free breakfast is an outrage. It is only toast with dulce de leche with cereal, but loading up here means less money spent during the day.After breakfast we went to inquire about hiring a car to road trip the coast of Uruguay as a car split 5 ways seemed fun and cheap. The car rental place was a pretty good hike away so in the mean time we got ...
... be the markets, so that's where we spent our time. Between eating massive quantities of meat at El Puerto Mercado and getting our first taste of mate at another market, our Sunday in Montevideo worked out well. Tomorrow we head for the coast to find a hammock or two.
... empty mussel shells.
Down at the docks there was an array of luxury yachts and the odd luxury fishing vessel.
These seals knew how to score a cheap feed. The lazy *******s would hold onto the pontoon, awe the tourists and receive a generous serving of fish portions from ...
... is still a wooden drawbridge that guards the entrance of the city.
The city consists of a lighthouse, with an internal spiral staircase which just begs to be climbed. The views are well worth the effort, as we both discovered.
The Basilica was built by the Portuguese in 1808 as were many of the other buildings. Today this area is a popular tourist attraction for Argentinians who can make the speed ferry crossing from Buenos Aires in just 50 ...