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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Tittelen til tross så er dette dessverre ikke et innlegg om hele Uruguay, men bare om to av byene i landet. Uruguay er ikke stort men det er nok litt mer her enn jeg rakk å se på 7 dager. Jeg hadde alle intensjoner om å se mer og tilbringe mer tid, men ting skjedde slik at jeg tilbragte mer tid enn beregnet i Argentina og jeg måtte til New York …
... bread and cakes), Choco bum (biscuits) and Kraps (crackers) have nothing on the best named emporium ever: Tits. I kid you not.
We enjoyed not having a lot of must-sees in Montevideo. It’s actually nice to be somewhere that the pressure to be doing this and seeing that doesn’t make you feel guilty every time you stop chasing the next tick on your city break check list.
We did try hard to see some ...
... This meant you could construct all manner of cool photos by lying on the floor and we had great fun doing this for 15min or so. At 4pm we took a guided tour of the Solis Theatre which is an iconic landmark and very important for the Uruguayan people. It used to be the tallest building in old Montevideo and had a red box that lit up at night to signify to ...
... with restaurants, artisan shops and cafés, and Lauren got suckered into buying some very expensive desserts. Another main attraction in Uruguay is that you can draw US dollars straight from the ATM. As we currently had no bank cards we thought it would be a good idea to stock up on cash to survive for the next month or so, needless to say our credit card took a hammering. Later in the day the sun made a brief appearance for the sunset, which we viewed from the jetty in front of ...
... as I was feeling grumpy and anxious about it all day - hoping I didn't leave it in a place it might get stolen, or that it hadn't bern stolen the previous day without me noticing. The ride took 3 hours and I spent half the time dozing off and half the time reading Harry Potter. When we arrived, my first impression was that Uruguay was a less populated but much cleaner version of Buenos Aires. As soon as we arrived we passed customs and then got on our ...