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 …
... quaint Colonial town with cobbled streets and port. Punta Del Este - Probably a bit like Marbella in the summer. Weekend homes, good hotels and restaurants for the nations literati. We left Uruguay knowing we hadn't really given it a chance to wow us. We should come back but probably never ...
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 ...
... we met in Argentina.
Nonetheless, we got there in the end and first thing on the agenda was a quick power nap! After a couple of hours sleep we met up with the girls and went for a walk around Uruguay´s very pleasant capital city. The city is split into two sections; the old and the new, both have a certain charm and an extremely laid back vibe for a capital city. After an hour or so of ...
... that has given Montevideo it's name is maybe... maybe fifty metres in elevation. It's barely high enough to toboggan down, but we can say we climbed it! Our tour of the city included: - our hike up the hill - a trip through the old city with its cobblestone streets and European architecture - the Port, which has a market with ironwork imported from Liverpool. The "market" however is filled will parilla stalls, or grills, where we had asado, or barbecue for lunch. -the old ...