Days Inn Montevideo
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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I got picked up by Ivan who runs the rehab, Pablo the director and Clara at about 11am and we set off to go and do a visit at Chacra which is about an hour drive into the country. When we pulled up I was surprised at how fab the building was, it was a massive farmhouse with vast amounts of land surrounding it, I got to attend a small meeting with …
In the last seven months we have visited twenty countries and this is the first time I can honestly say this is a place I could live. Uruguay is a small country with a tiny population, ninety percent of European descent, and Montevideo is considered to be one of the best cities in the world. Clean and tidy. Big parks. The whole city coastline is public space filled with joggers and cyclists. There are tons of excellent restaurants and cafes and great shopping. (The nearest mall is ...
... The hostel is very nice - high ceilings, nice furniture and decoration, and also has a rooftop area. It is run by two Irish brothers (Sean and Brendon) and a Uruguayan woman, Maria. It was too early to check in so I left my bag and managed to withdraw some money. I walked down to the seafront and sat for a while and saw Shaun and his dog, Mono, on the small beach there. I walked downtown and had a coffee then sat in one of the plazas for a while. ...
... often conflicting) architecture of the surrounding buildings; took us down to the foreshore where we heard about the history of the huge Rio de la Plata river separating Argentina and Uruguay, in particular the struggle to control it by the Spanish and the Portuguese; we saw some key buildings throughout the colonial centre; main squares; and the port area including the market which was designed for use in Chile, however they mixed them up and Chile got Uruguay's market! This is ...
After our final overnight bus of the trip, we arrived jaded in the capital of Uruguay, noticing immediately a much cooler temperature. That day we wandered leisurely through the CBD and old town taking in a few of the local establishments and their fine food. The next day we wandered through the old town to Mercado de Puerto to witness hundreds of people vying for a spot to eat the best red meat on this planet. Seriously, wow what ...