Four Points By Sheraton Montevideo
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... le premier stade de football à avoir accueilli une finale de Coupe du Monde. L'entrée est de 100 pesos chacun, prix raisonnable pour passer du temps et découvrir pas mal d'objets, principalement de Luis Suarez et Diego Fordan. Je suis choqué de trouver le T-shirt original de M. Geoff Hurst, vainqueur de la Coupe du Monde 1966. J'étais en admiration pendant un instant. De retour à l'appart, nous retrouvons les brésiliens ...
... ourselves sitting at the most appetizing of shops with a massive wildfire BBQ roasting meats in front of us. We shared a BBQ squid, rib eye with bone and another chorizo. All were very impressive and even better was the show that the chefs put on for us - the way they cooked the meat,cheeses and served the patrons sitting by the bar bench. There was also some fun ...
... more of a reward than just seeing the crumbly buildings and squares of Montevideo’s old town so we decided to treat ourselves to lunch at the ”Mercado del Puerto”, a noisy, flaming huddle of bustling bars and restaurants housed in the cavernous wrought iron former market at the old port.
We ordered what we thought was a kind of meal-in-a-sandwich – a local speciality called a chivito - but ended up sharing a ...
... beautiful with marble columns and sculptures showing how the bank had far too much money at one point. The art
exhibition was pretty strange and not great bar one awesome piece from an Argentinean artist that was a full sized front of a house lying on the floor with a huge mirror behind it. Meaning that when you looked at the mirror you saw a ...
... it was three days after the World Cup had finished and apparently it had been crazy there the previous day!), the Santa Teresa steps, the Cathedral and Sugar Loaf Mountain. I had deliberately left most of the sights until the end as I had four days before flying home, but didn't expect to do them all in just one day! It felt very efficient and although I'd seen the cathedral already, there is no way I could have seen the other three sights within a matter of hours on the same day. ...