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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... a very passionate introduction to the area and all there is to do, and so in less than an hour we had decided to transform our stay from a one night stopover on the way to Tucuman to at least two days in the valley and its surroundings.
Then, we headed out into the charming little village. Since Cafayate is most known for its wine, we decided to start by a visit to the Museum of Vine and Wine. This was, like everything else in Cafayate, located an easy walk away from ...
... got cake sandwiches, puff pastry with icing on with ham and cheese inside. Finally got a cup of tea and a few little cakes. Gorgeous. I then dragged everyone to see a quirky castle by the river which I got endless stick for. Tonight we are going on a pub crawl. Me and the girls are planning on getting a few beers before and playing games....not that we're ...
... We took an airport shuttle to our hotel; it was 1/2 the price of a taxi and it was door to door service. Very impressed. Plus we talked to someone who lives here and spoke English; she marked on our map all the highlights of Montevideo and had some great restaurant suggestions. We are trying a seafood one tonight close to our hotel. We really like our hotel; it has hot water and we have a view of the ocean. More ...
... by its gargantuan neighbour Buenos Aires, but full of character and wearing a much friendlier face than the Argentine capital. Our hostel was in an enormous colonial house, with high ceilings and an internal courtyard with a retractable glass roof. After dropping our bags we climbed to the rooftop terrace and took in the views of the city in the scorching heat of the day. It appeared that the hot weather had followed us along the coast. Montevideo is not a major tourist hub ...
I didn't get much sleep the night before heading to Montevideo because I was sharing a dorm with 5 26year old Argentinian boys who were there for a wedding. They went out and all came in at different times putting on the light and making loads of noise. When they finally went to sleep there was one who was snoring like crazy. Anyway it didn't really matter because I could sleep on the bus. In the morning I went into Colonia again to take photos as now I bought a new camera. At 13.00 I ...