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... they convinced all of us to join them at the Stadio del Centenario to support their country. On top of of that for me it would have been a good reason to see Uruguay before the World Cup (same group with Italy, England and Costarica).
8pm – ready to go! Stadio del Centenario, where the first world-cup final took place and where Uruguay won against Italy. The big tower on a side of the stadium looks familiar, I’m sure I saw it on some old videos on TV. The stadium ...
We arrived at Montevideo airport. Hannah ate two carrots. Nadia helped. We were met by Rodolfo and Marcia, the son and daughter of a real cool lady called Norma who we met for five minutes in a hostel back in Mexico. We had a lovely evening, bonding over pizza and teaching our new friends about the Queen. We got on so well that we decided to stay with them in their funky house for a whole week.
We explored Montevideo, ...
We docked early in Montevideo (old city area) and got off the ship at 9 AM to meet our guide Bridgette for our Jewish highlights and other sites tour. We were with Sandra and Stan and Jerry and Phyllis. We went to various monuments around the city including the Solis Theatre for the Performing Arts before going to the synagogue. In order to gain access at the synagogue, we had to give up our ship Id's. Security ...
... by lightening, so we had to get off and get a new plane. Grumpy and grumbling, with kids that were ready for nap but not going to get one any time soon, we disembarked and waited for another two hours before we finally got another plane. This one was an "old" configuration, not the Sky interior, which meant subpar seats with subpar recline.
C was way overtired, so instead of going straight down for her nap like she is ...
... us and it started to rain. We used the opportunity to pull into a service station, to shelter from the rain and to check our directions again. When Kory asked the assistant for two coffees, he said we could have them for free and he would bring them over. It was another show of genuine kindness, as we clearly don't look like we are too poor to be able to afford a couple of drinks, but he was just trying to be friendly and he probably thought that we looked like we needed ...
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