Best Western Pedro Figari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... out to buy some things to make a pizza and sat with Simon to enjoy out last dinner in front of ... Another film! Tired from our day we went to bed with Simon leaving to visit some friends and the Brazilians going out for a few beers. Our bus in the morning would be at 12:30pm to our next stop, Salto (close to the Argentinian border, further north). Nous arrivons dans l'après midi et cherchons notre nouvel hôte : Simon. Les "(re)trouvailles" ont ...
Od ni se vlastně dozvíme, ze jsme včera viděli pana prezidenta přezdívaného Pepe (Pepík). Četli jsme o něm také v novinách kdysi, ale nevěděli jsme, ze je zrovna z Uruguay. Na rozdíl od našeho českého prezidenta je velice populární a důvodů je k tomu několik. Za prve dává asi 90% svého prezidentského platu na charitu, bydli ve svém vlastním dome a řídí starého Volkswagen brouka. Také schválil ...
... snatching surreptitious peeks from behind pillars and so on. All I can say is that it definitely was not Luis Suarez – he was rather too old and we saw no evidence of those lethal teeth being used for anything other than to munch on his tapas – and although we thought it might be the Uruguayan president himself, a subsequent image search on Google proved that theory to also be wrong. Since we don’t know any other ...
... cachaca distillery (we were getting good at them by now) and then lunch, we headed to a newly opened museum in the area. This museum was set around a series of model houses and churches from different parts of Brazil and the guide (together with Fernanda's help to translate!) took us on a tour around it. It was a really good way to get some history about the country and the different places to visit. Paraty was used as a port for people to ship the gold from and so the museum ...
... day in Uruguay started with a bit of confusion. Breakfast started at 8am and all we had to do was find it. There were no staff around to help but another girl found someone who knew where to go, downstairs to a restaurant. The staff at the restaurant seemed less than pleased to see us and breakfast actually started around 8:45, oh well. Having eaten our cold dry toast and checked out of our room (by checked out I mean walked out without seeing any staff) we headed down to the coast for ...