Hotel Palma De Mallorca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to get on to the tourist bus going round the city which wasn't overly exciting and, despite getting on three different buses over two days, had a very unreliable headphone commentary; frequently cutting out after 10 seconds just as we were finding out why another giant bronze horse had been erected in a plaza. The highlights were a large sculpture of a flower, a huge obelisk (they are all over SA and represent each countries' celebration of independence from the Spanish) and ...
... the 1972 crash of the airplane carrying the uraguyan soccer team in the Andes so sad and inspiring they survived 72 days before being rescued. Movie rand a book We had lunch and found a place to prints some documents. Took and nap and now we are back out here we have some exciting things planned in the coming ...
... exactly as it was and it turned out to be surprisingly interesting. Especially the engine room, the first place in Uruguay to ever have electricity. It was untouched, as if they had all just turned out the lights and gone home for the day. Even the office had been left as was, you could see the grooves from people´s feet from where they had spent so many hours at their desks, day after day. All in all, it was well worth the trek - I got to see a two-headed cow head in a jar ...
... although Uruguay is close and within sight from BA across the coast,
it is one hour ahead.
Montivideo is a contrast to BA, being both smaller, roomier and less frantic. Most
buildings have moss on them to a lesser or greater degree, suggesting the climate is
much damper this side of the Plate.
I don't think that we are seeing the city as its best under the blanket of grey
cloud and perhaps will return ...
... us download our photos when we had problems with the Spanish computer.
We had a lovely Menu del Dia (fish, salad and a nice glass of wine) in the sunshine just off one of the plazas, then wandered down past fountains, statues and interesting buildings to the historical part of the city. We found a craft market and got chatting to a friendly Uruguayan guy who was keen to tell us all about his country. I say 'us', I mean 'Ben' - ...