Hotel Plaza Fuerte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... when there were no traffic signals. It was astonishing!
I am sure that collective behaviour has a lot do with being set a good example by figures of authority so I lay the responsibility for this national niceness firmly at the feet of the little known and somewhat idiosyncratic Uruguayan president, Jose Mujica. Sadly this inspirational 79-year old socialist is coming to the end of his tenure in power (Uruguay’s presidents ...
... explain why people feel the need to be constantly drinking. The guys who offered it to us are gringos too, and working in a hostel. They talked a bit about their experience of the country: friendly and safe confirms our impressions, but they also talked about how it is pretty progressive. As it's not a big player on the world stage it can just get on with doing what it wants to do. Like Canada or New Zealand. The day ended at a pizzaria which was recommended by one of these girls.
... To burn this off we wandered around the area before finding a museum on the 1972 Uruguayan rugby team plane crash where we got a personalised tour from the owner which was fantastic. That evening we headed out to Pocitos and indulged in an early 9pm dinner and witnessed the masses slowly joining to eat before the restaurants turned into late night clubs. A great little area. The next morning we were up early for our boat to ...
... pasta capresa with sundried tomatoes in ravioli. Cheese cake very light made in refrigerator not oven, a strawberry tart, grappa, bottle of wine , and cappuccino. Laura is a wonderful person. She is a project manger for a newspaper. And Iives a few blocks from our apt. She has traveled to many countries and is going to India next. We are all hopeful we can arrange our schedules to meet ...
... our fingers at a map, we were on our way and we felt quite pleased with ourselves that we had got this far. Till we pulled up outside the hotel we had looked at and could't afford which was why we were staying miles away in Montevideo. We tried the map jabbing technique again, off we went and this time we pulled up outside the Fray Bentos Museum of Industrial Revolution. We were at the factory where the infamous Fray Bentos pies had been produced. The whole place has ...