Holiday Inn Montevideo
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In a very central location that is close to all the famous cites. Everything we went to was in walking distance. Not to mention, the hotel has a gym, pool, wifi, and a great breakfast. They even set up tours for you to go elsewhere. Very friendly staff! Would certainly stay here again.
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Day 1: It was so painful to hear that alarm go off at 5:30 AM today. But it was time to get ready for Uruguay! We booked a boat/ferry ride to go to Uruguay from Buenos Aires via "BusqueBus" company. It cost about $90 for a one way and it is probably the most fastest and convenient way to get to Uruguay. Our boat took off at about 9:00 AM. We …
We encountered one last hicup as we were trying to get the ferry back to BA. We were told by an impressively unapologetic man that all ferrys from that company were cancelled for the next 16 days. We spent a panicked 15 minutes thinking we were going to be stuck in Uruguay while frantically attempting to book with another ferry company (which was twice as expensive), luckily we were just about able to squeeze on the next one leaving.
... anyway so had a day in our hostel chilling out and watching movies - may seem boring, but was a welcome break after rushing about since we had arrived in South America. Monday was much nicer and the city had a better feel, but Colonia is by far the prettier city. We visited the Andes Museum, which was run by a very interesting guy and told the story about the Uraguian football team who ...
... bit in love with Montevideo. And you can buy apartments virtually on the city’s beaches for under $100,000…Now there’s a thought. If you do ever venture to Buenos Aires - much more a destination in its own right - I would thoroughly recommend making the effort to hop across the widest river in the world, on the fastest ferry in the world and seeing how Uruguayan steaks, wine and tango stack up against their Argentine neighbours’.
... there was a play or show on that night. It’s a really nice theatre in the European style with amazing chandeliers from Birmingham of all places. They have to be really careful with all the old chandeliers as the factory was destroyed in German bombing during WWII so they can’t replace any of the pieces. In the evening we had another very ...