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... the beach. It was really beautiful and the houses that overlooked the beach were huge with massive great full windows. We went for a swim but it was too hot to stay sitting there as we had no shade. We walked on to the other little bays and found a nice place where there were some rocks but we could cool off in the water and there was a nice breeze. We then started to get a bit hungry so we went to go and get some lunch. After that I felt ...
... featuring these artists, and they charge no admission and have no gift shop. The founders of the museums are Harry and Martine Recanati, great admirers of surrealist art, who traveled Latin-America looking for works of art whose quality impressed them, regardless of the artist's reputation or the market value of the works. Not all of the items on display are by living artists. There were a number of excellent ...
... to get to an ATM and get back with 4000 Uruguayan pesos and are ready to pay. Reception girl calls the bus company to book us and they inform her there is no bus today.. It's only on Saturdays! 5 visits to the bus station and several re routing conversations later we now booked a bus to porto Alegre that leaves tonight and we will be there tomorrow morning at 8. Porto Alegre is in brazil so we can not use the 2000 pesos ...
... we caught a bus via Montevideo to the resort town of Punta Del Este. Described at the San Tropez of South America, this could have been any developing beachside resort town, anywhere on earth. Modern highrise hotels were erupting all along the coast and prices were skyrocketing to keep up. It would have been one hell of a party in Summer, but right now it was pretty dead.
Despite only seeing a small fraction, we all really liked Uruguay. What we saw was modern ...
... for our bus, getting a drink at the cafe and using the provided free wi-fi at the bus station.
The bus station system seemed pretty efficient, as we had our bus number, the seat allocation, and the probable quay, but there was no-one to tell us if it was the right bus, or not. We sort of worked it out, conferring with a Canadian couple also going to Montevideo, and got on. Our tickets were not inspected till well into the trip, but it appeared we ...