Balmoral Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... tears, even though I will see her again in Buenos Aires in 3 weeks time. Once we had said our goodbyes, I then wandered through the airport and made my way to my gate to board the 2.5 hour flight to Montevideo. The arrival process in Montevideo was very quick as it is a tiny airport, I didn't even have to wait for my bag as it was rolled up on the carousel just as I got there! I then found the driver of my transfer in the arrivals hall, and brought me ...
... thought may have been enough to sustain us through the day. When our food arrived we were unsure as to whether the cultural barriers had benefited the consumers or the vendor. Platters descended upon our bar mats and a litre of our new acquaintance, medio y medio, made a much welcome appearance. Linguistic challenges dissolved as the lightly sparkling wine loosened our Spanish tongues, even provoking a laugh from our bartender/waiter - more directed at our inability to produce ...
... and it is a UNESCO world heritage sight.
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Google maps, although I love it, is not always accurate, at least in Uruguay. I had a fine time trying to find the hotel, but eventually was able to. I have found that in the interior of Uruguay, not many people speak English- ever since I left Punta del Diablo this has been ...
We arrived later than we wanted into Montevideo, but don't regret taking our time along the coast! Oh ya, and I may of rode over the same bridge 3 times because it was so fun!!! I guess making it to Montevideo means our trip is coming to an end :(.
We stopped in LaPaloma along the coast to check out the ocean and see the little ...
... kept going closer to Plaza Independencia, which made me happy since I didn't have to pay for a cab after all. I got off about a 10 minute walk away when I noticed other passengers got off.
Once I got off the bus, I pretty much followed Google maps(thank you T-Mobile global data!!!) until I could figure out where I was going. Once I stumbled upon a small intersection park, I realized I was on Avenida 18 de Julio, the main street of Montevideo. I spent about ...