Continental Hotel Montevideo
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... We arrived in Rio mid-afternoon, and the first person I bumped into in Copacabana was Scott, the volunteer coordinator from Project Favela! To be fair, he lives less than a block from my hotel so it probably wasn't that huge a coincidence but it felt very welcoming to be back in Rio and already meeting people I knew!
That evening we went out into Lapa. As it was a weekday it was much quieter than the weekend but at Fernanda's recommendation we went to a club called ...
So my flight landed at 1:30 & after i went through passport control i had to figure out what to do from there.
I went to the security desk and spoke to him about hostels & he was nice enough to try and call the one on Sarandi that i found online. They didn't answer. He tried a few more and none of them were answering. I had some options.
- Get a shuttle to an address of my choice for 280 Uruguayan pesos
- Wait 2 hrs for the first bus for 42 pesos
- Get a ...
... Catholic country.99 % of the tourists in Montevideo are from neighboring Brazil and Argentina, occasionally one might glimpse a European but it is rare.
I have to say it is odd walking around an empty city , it feels like a multi storey parking lot at 2am in the morning,a few cars loitering overnight,the guards sitting in their booth at the entrance and the lights on 50% power saving.Noises you would take for granted on a busy morning,like a bang,a scrape or ...
... goodbyes about 7:15pm and headed back to the ship. The maxium speed on the highway is 60kls.so it was after 8pm before we got back. It was a very interesting day.
Saturday March 8th.
The sun is shining and it much warmer. After a leisurely breakfast we were off the ship to travel on our own by 10am.
I wanted to stop by the anchor to see what the story was all about. The anchor is from the Admiral Graf Spee, a German pocket battleship that was sunk off ...
... was extended to all, which was indeed a sight to behold. The tables were beautifully decorated and groaning with tasty morsels for entrées and desserts, the vast selection of main courses we then found in the galley (kitchen!). The chefs had clearly surpassed themselves and must have been up since before petrels!!!
A leisurely afternoon followed, chatting with friends and much later we dined outside on the patio, where we could have ...