Armon Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... fields and pasture land. We arrived in Montevideo to the Hotel Dazzler in the early afternoon. Our hotel is situated about 4km outside the city centre in Pocitos, an upscale area near one of the beaches. Many people from Buenos Aires come to Montevideo to relax and enjoy the coast. After lunch, we decided to brave the rain and wind to explore the beach for ourselves. The boardwalk is well done and runs the "coastline" (remember ...
... up a tributary to Tigre. The dock area was a real holiday spot with a rundown amusement park and heaps of waterside restaurants amongst half sunken rusting ship hulls. The last leg after passing through Argentine customs was another bus trip that dropped us off in the centre of Buenos Aires near the Theatre Colon. We had over a kilometre walk to the hotel we had booked for 1 night. We were a bit apprehensive about this place but it turned out to be better than we ...
... some of us had been dreading - a bus trip to Paraty - lasting 24 hours in total! For some it was more difficult than others, as the Brazil game the previous day meant that some started the day off with a hangover. Here is where my difficult relationship with football came good - as I hadn't watched the football the previous day I felt absolutely fine! Some of us spent the morning just over the border in Paraguay, seeing what another country could offer us. Sadly it was raining, ...
... was packed as it was uruguays last game before the world cup with 65000 in attendance.
Now it was going to be interesting how i would make my way back as the buses are crazy crazy all over the place. I went for a random walk and found the 407 to plaza espana which stopped at Soriano which is where the hostel was at, i couldnt believe my luck as i just stumbled across it.
Made it home safely as i am here to tell the tale! Ha
... Square. The flag consists of the sun with a face (sol of freedom) looking over the nine blue stripes on a white background which represents the 9 districts. Petro is imported from Venuzula and refined here so petro is very expensive. G.S.T. is 22% and income taxes is 32% which helps pay for old age security, medical coverage etc. Education is free including universities.Peaches, grapes(especially for wine), potatoes, corn and soy beans are grown here.
We headed out ...