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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mediterraneo Montevideo
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... the performers and just acting crazy. One dance featured a white man in a beard and top hat dancing next to a black women - master and slave? Maybe. In another dance, a gaucho dressed in black twirled a bola, a braided leather rope with a small ball on the end, bouncing it off the floor. A bola is a traditional gaucho weapon, here used for entertainment. And I hate to write this, but more than one woman wanted me that day. One ...
One hundred and seventy five kilometres away to the east of Colonia on the banks of the Rio de la Plata lies Montevideo, Uruguay's capital. We caught a very comfortable bus with large reclining seats through the farmland plains to Montevideo. The gently rolling low hills, green fields and familiar trees reminded us of WA's South West. Here in MV we're staying in a small apartment in the beachside district of Pocitos. A short walk away is La Rambla, a ...
Being completely relaxed in Colonia, I didn't really look forward to continue to Montevideo. I mean, I knew it would be fine, but I was feeling good. The day started with a bang. Literally. A thunderstorm of poring rain. Suddenly spending the day in a bus didn't seem half bad. And I still got a little peace of crazy lady before I left. I mean, she refuse to stick to the check out time, because the thunder had taken of ...
... fun in the sun!
Day 2: I'm really getting tired of waking up to an alarm... UGH! But I knew it would be worth it. We booked a tour yesterday with our hotel to go visit "Punta del Este". The tour via our hotel was $50 per person (US Dollars that is) and they came to pick you up right at your hotel at 8:00 AM. We woke up, had some amazing breakfast from the hotel, and awaited our transportation.
At about 8:15 AM a bus came to pick us up. We stopped at several ...
... to have some good old proper expensive BBQ which is a must as a once off in uruguay.
So i had some Chorizo of course and some rib eye, it was amazing. Well i guess it should be for $40 with a few beers.
Walking along the port where all the fishermen find themselves an went for a little walk downtown.
We then went and bought ...