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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Argentina declared its independence in 1816. Then, we learnt from the tourist information that almost everything was closed until the evening and decided to try the only thing we knew was open. This was the Museo Miguel Lillo, a small museum about natural science. Once we got there, we realized that the museum, like most things here, was closed for a few hours in the middle of the day for the siesta. This gave us half an hour to watch the turtles in the pond outside before we ...
... where during the summer the population more than triples. We had initially planned on going to stay there, but having read reviews that it pretty much closes down for the winter, we thought better of it and booked a day trip along the coast to visit and see the best sights all in one day.
The first stop on our tour was Pirianopolis another town that we had contemplated staying in, thank goodness we didn’t as the tiny ...
... Argentina and Uruguay. We got in to Uruguay on Wednesday and we will be here for about another week. We are finally staying in one hotel for about a week too, which is a weird thing to call a luxury. This past week, we were in a different city and hotel every night. After this tour is over, I am going to be an expert at staying in hotels and being able to immediately identify types of showers and toilets. It something else when you begin to consider a ...
... Inside was a museum that I was shocked to find out currently held the original shirt of Sir Geoff Hurst winning World Cup game of 1966. I was in awe for a few moments. The entrance to the museum was only 100 pesos each, reasonable enough to enter and spent some time there looking at the memorabilia (mainly for Luis Suarez and Diego Forlan). It was still nice. We returned to the flat that afternoon and after watching a film we were joined by the Brazilian couple. ...
... made differently and unique. It was the richest neighborhood in Uruguay right outside the beach area where only the millionaires live. The houses were all breathtaking and so different. What a life that must be!
After touring the last neighborhood, we headed back to Montevideo. We made it back to our hotel at around 8:00 PM. What a day! But what a beautiful day! It was time to relax and get ready for our next journey. Rio de Janiero, Brazil is up tomorrow :) Can't begin to be thankful ...