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Travel Blogs from Montevideo
Arrived from: Buenos Aires
Arrival date: 05/05/13 …
Just a couple of nights in Uruguay. It's a quiet city with not a lot of amazing sights. I could find a lot of places to go out at night because it was a Tuesday. The food however was amazing. I spent the two days walking a lot of km in the city.
Arriving in Montevideo we already knew that our hostel would be great since it was the sister hostel of the one we stayed at in Colonia. The staff were once again amazingly friendly, it was well set up, the beds were comfortable and this time it was in an old Colonial House with a really nice garden and BBQ pit. That day, we dropped off our stuff …
Took the boat across the River Plate from Buenos Aires to a small Uruguayan town called Colonia, where the pace of life dropped noticeably. Colonio is a nice old colonial town, with an historic centre, a few antique cars and a few decent '*****es' (beaches in spanish accent). Checked into Sur Hostal, where the kitchen was so good it spurred us …
Itīs the last day of my travel today. The only thing to do now is to pack up, go shopping and get a taxi to the airport. I still have to pick up my laundry which I havenīt picked up for the last 2 days. The bikes are safe at the OceanLinkīs warehouse in the Motevideo harbour. We waited 4 hours to get there yesterday. Finally I got some tan from …
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The rooms were a bit cramped and the bathrooms upstairs were nothing to write home about, but the backyard was lovely, the staff was fantastic, and we were tucked away in a little basement room with excellent bathrooms. Nice home away from home for a few days :)
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