Best Western Pedro Figari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After the traditional trip to the bank ATMs to get more dollars we all go for a bike ride.
Our hotel has bike available for guests to use so off we go along the beach and the boardwalk. It was extremely windy which we have experienced everywhere in SA.
Lovely sunny day and Montevideo does not appear to have the local resources …
Can we get any US dollars, Banks open between 1- 5 pm so we wait. HSBC first stop and guess what cards not valid. They tell us to go to Santander or a National bank.
Thank goodness we get something so we go for lunch in celebration.
Bottle of C******nay and a salad latter we stagger back to the hotel.
New country today in the search of US $ as all bike shipping costs and flights need to be paid in U.S. We were unable to get any via normal means ie banks and ATMs we have come to Uruguay hoping to fair a bit better.
12.15 ferry then a coach to Montevideo. Toms second bus in 2 days. Crossing was good a couple of hours not too rocky …
... our £50 tent: 32 ∑ Number of campsites stayed at: 20 ∑ Longest stay in one place: 11 nights (Buenos Aires) ∑ Modes of transport used: 20 (plane, bus, train, taxi, hitchhiking, bicycle, kayak, ferry, raft, hydrospeed, catamaran, brujita (moped-pallet on rails), speedboat, 4x4, cable car, funicular railway, trolley bus, metro, sledge, walking) ∑ Number of night buses taken: 11 ∑ Number of flights made: 7 (BogotŠ-Cartagena, Santa Marta-Medellin, Lima-Cusco, Nasca ...
... wise I got before I became really thirsty and stopped at a gas station to get some water. After quickly downing my water bottle, I decided to walk up Ejido back to 18 de Julio. The walk itself took about 20-30 minutes and the streets were dead. Once I got back to 18 de Julio, I walked down it to Plaza Independencia thinking I had time to go back to the Mercado. Once I actually got to Plaza Independencia, I realized I didn't really have as much time as I thought I did. So ...