Continental Hotel Montevideo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo
... to find one of my favourite Latin American sweets, dulce de leche, which like a sweet milky caramel. I thought it was a bit odd to have at breakfast, but hey, when in Rome! After breakfast I came back up to my room and sat down on the bed to book my ticket for tomorrow's ferry from here to Buenos Aires, and my lack of sleep caught up with me. Next thing I knew it was 3pm! Dam, my one full day in Montevideo was more than half gone! I then hen went for a walk ...
... should change our plans tomorrow?" George looked at me hurt and disappointed, I mirrored these emotions but we had to be realistic. Let's skip back to England. We had both discovered a tiny fisherman's town called 'Cabo Polonio' that doubled as a hippie backpacker's best kept secret. The beach was only accessible via 4x4 trucks that transported you over 7km of sand dunes before you reached your idyllic destination. We knew it was low season and that had only strengthened ...
... or four shop owners on the street. Look how much time I spent talking about it; marketing works!
09/12- I left Colonia for Montevideo around 10am- needing gas. I passed two gas stations on the way out of town, but they were not the ones I normally fill up and that I know will take my credit card, so I passed them by. I thought I would find an ANCAP gas station just down the road, how stupid! I found nothing down the road but ...
... both inside galleries and on the streets.
And the Estadio Centenario was also excellent. Of course I thought I was going to enjoy visiting the stadium where, in 1930, the first football World Cup final was held. But there were two unexpected things about it that were top notch in my books. First, when I walked up to the stadium I assumed that I would just get to walk around it and then maybe go into the museum. But, I tried the door at the main entrance and it ...
... On the way back toward our hostel we took the 'inner route' and cycled through town. We stopped in the funniest park and had a very late lunch. In the park there were amazing old trees everywhere with horses tethered to them. There was also about 20 dogs all running about playing by themselves and to add to the activity, many sports clubs practicing their chosen discipline. After a day biking around town we slept pretty well ...