Villa Palmar, Aparthotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... a litre and I ended up having to help him out with it.
On the way home we stopped in at a real ale bar called La Choppiere which wouldn't have seemed out of place at home, a proper pub type place which was very trendy. The tables were beer barrels which was pretty cool and some of the walls were painted with chalkboard paint so peolple had written messages and drawn things on them. One of the staff spoke english and explained that we could taste the different ales ...
... to see him after all this time - but I guess with the amount of travelling I've done I shouldn't be too surprised to bump into the same people!
That evening some of the guys on the trip had already booked to go and see a drum show, and the others went to a tango club after dinner. I hadn't been feeling too good, and having already made the decision that I need to return to Buenos Aires at some point, I had an early night in the hope that I would feel better the next ...
... for 40 pesos! That works out to less than a pound and as most of our meals have, unfortunately, been on the slightly expensive side (travelling in a group means our service charge is always high!) we were glad about a cheap and filling lunch. After a very relaxing day on the beach we headed back to Montevideo for dinner and to reunite with the rest of our tour group. Aliza ...
... one reason or another before having breakfast, Liz is playing a game where she try's to think of something she wants that they don't have but so far she's losing, there is just about everything on offer you can think of. Breakfast complete we head to shore with absolutely no plan whatsoever, interesting artefacts and story about the graff Spey is the first stop, after that we just spend the rest of the day wandering. Walk all through the ...
... a while and a proper hotel room is required. Not that hostels are bad, a majority I have stayed in on this trip have been pretty good, but a hotel room... Oh bliss! I get to the Orpheo Express hotel, similar to a Premier Inn in the uk and they allow me to check in early and I get my room straight away. I take a quick shower, as i couldn't bare to take one at the last place and take a long walk up to the bus station to get tickets ...