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- Continental Breakfast
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... This was, like pretty much every tour here, in Spanish, but to our surprise we both seem to know enough to understand almost everything. After the tour, which we were alone at, we tasted four different wines from the bodega. There was a red, very heavy, Malbec, a rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon and two Torrontés. The Torrontés is a white wine with a fruity flavor and the most typical wine from this region. We tried one quite dry version and one sweeter from grapes picked later in ...
... 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 ...
... carts we sat in a restaurant and enjoyed an extremely expensive beer as the sky transformed into a palate of reds and ambers. The next day we climbed the lighthouse, from where we spied the glistening towers of Buenos Aires across the Rio Uruguay. It was there that we headed back to that evening, but it would only be transitory, as we were headed due north, away from the coast into the steaming heart of the continent and the little visited country of ...
... the "Locks Fountain" on Avenida 18 de Julio. The fountain tells the people that if a lock with the initials of two people in love is placed in it, they will return together to the fountain and their love will be forever locked. SO CUTE! Loved the thought behind this.
About two blocks later we got to "La Pasiva" restaurant which was a small cafe, and it was packed! You could tell this place was popular. Here we ordered Uruguay's famous Chivito sandwich. It came with pork, ...
... up a tributary to Tigre. The dock area was a real holiday spot with a rundown amusement park and heaps of waterside restaurants amongst half sunken rusting ship hulls. The last leg after passing through Argentine customs was another bus trip that dropped us off in the centre of Buenos Aires near the Theatre Colon. We had over a kilometre walk to the hotel we had booked for 1 night. We were a bit apprehensive about this place but it turned out to be better than we ...