Armon Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Arsenal shirt, something I was quite surprised about considering Arsenal are not renowned for there Uruguayan players. After the game, we all went out to the local craft market which was absolutely crammed even with the heat. It was not like the Artesanal markets we had become used to visiting in South America and was more like a clothing market. We didn't stay long, and instead walked along the beach a bit before heading towards the historical centre. ...
... 345;ipadá, ze jsme tu jenom proto, abychom sebrali další razítko do pasu je, ze já už se hrozne těším do argentinské Patagonie, kde bude krásna příroda a panoramata.
Po cestě zpátky do hostelu se zase ocitáme na náměstí Plaza Independenzia a koná se tu nějaké oslava, tak tam zůstaneme abychom zjistili co se to tu děje a sedíme a pozorujeme lidi. Díky naší skvělé španělštině zjistíme, ze je ...
... when there were no traffic signals. It was astonishing!
I am sure that collective behaviour has a lot do with being set a good example by figures of authority so I lay the responsibility for this national niceness firmly at the feet of the little known and somewhat idiosyncratic Uruguayan president, Jose Mujica. Sadly this inspirational 79-year old socialist is coming to the end of his tenure in power (Uruguay’s presidents ...
... of either Brazil or Argentina, the country is actually an hour ahead time zone wise, which goes someway to explain that the early to bed early to rise people weren't quite and I actually enjoyed a decent line in after all.
At the bus stuff we discovered another cash machine. This one with money! With fresh, cold water in hand we jumped on the bus for a short hop to Montevideo the capital. I passed the time watching the last two ever episodes of True Blood. Whilst ...
... it a little depressing, but at least it was on that day and not the previous two days in Iguassu Falls. Paraguay is an extremely poor country, and crossing the border there are plenty of shops and markets for people to buy things at a much cheaper price than they would do elsewhere in South America. We had been warned that things such as electronics were much cheaper there than elsewhere in South America, but were still expensive by European standards. It was just interesting ...