- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Like all the tourist towns in Uruguay, Montevideo is a beach city, with a 22km walkway running along the coast. We spent one morning walking a good part of this, taking in the high rise buildings and brown ocean views. There weren't too many sights to take in in the city other than the obligatory historic centre and a statute which is ...
... set up like a plane, except by boat. We also got to pick our seats which was key so get in line early! We sat by the window of course and were ready to enjoy the scenery. The boat had a taxfree shop, some cafe's on board, and places to eat at. It was set up really cute!
We got to Colonia, Uruguay a little after 10 AM (11 AM in Uruguay) so it took us a little over an hour to get there. From there we got our luggage and got on the bus which headed to Montevideo and left at ...
... more than an hour early, meaning I would have had a pleasant 2:30 layover had they let me keep my first-booked flight, but ended up with a nine hour instead. And Guarhulos is not the most wondrous airport in the world. Never did I leave the airport, and yet twice I went through the demeaning process of security. Nevertheless, at long last I landed in Uruguay, the country with the, by far, most impressive football record per capita. And so I found myself on Plaza Matriz in the Old ...
... hiding and after he got caught he spent over 7 years in jail. He is very liberal and so focused on the people. He donates 90% of his salary to the poor, he’s 80 and still lives on his flower farm outside Montevideo (He tried to turn the presidential palace into a homeless shelter but they wouldn’t let him.), he still drives a really old sky blue VW beetle and doesn’t have bodyguards. This along with his people ...
... were supposed to be in Montevideo at the same time but apparently she told me: LatAm is massive continent but, if you travel across, it is such a small world… you meet the same people more than once! For sure!
Great tour, city is not so big, quite original for its mix of influence and its history. The story of the mysterious person that during the night fixes the little holes on big streets with colorful piece of pavements is one of the best! And in front of the ...