Four Points By Sheraton Montevideo
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Montevideo, Uruguay – Day 34
Today was another great day – we did a 4-mile walking tour of the city center. Thankfully the port was right there so we got underway on the first tender off the ship. Deb and I were moving before some people finished their breakfast. Montevideo is a pretty decent town. We managed to get into one of the national galleries and there was an ...
... The whole city has a relaxed, peaceful, no rush attitude about it and actually reminded us a little bit of Portland, Oregon. The architecture is stunning, with massive colonial building practically on every corner. Most of our time was spent wandering around centro and Ciudad Viejo (old city) stopping for cafe con leche, chivitos (steak sandwiches), chatting in the plazas, and to look at the vendors that line the streets of the old city. ...
... that. And on my last day in Rio, the school held a party - Festa Junina. This is an annual festival and the children dress up for the party - the girls with their hair in bunches, freckles on their cheeks and pretty dresses, while the boys usually have cowboy hats and moustaches drawn on them. At the school they had those children who were three and under from 9-12noon, and the older children after 1pm. Jane was leaving about the same time as me, so we both went to the ...
... amp; currency are stable, there is less disparity between classes & it can still produce a decent football team! We had a great weekend catching up with ex-colleagues (of all nations: Argentines, Mexicans, French, Chileans & even some Uruguayans), who we totally failed to get photos with! As to be expected, it mainly involved eating large amounts of meat & perhaps a drop or two of alcohol. Good ...
We had decided to visit Uruguay relatively recently and had planned on spending a few weeks travelling through the country towards the south of Brazil. We visited a museum dedicated to the Uruguayan plane crash in the 70s, carrying a rugby team. It documented the way they survived and how they were forced to eat the dead players to stay alive. Although it had been made into a film, Alive, this was the first I had heard about it and ...