Hotel Posada Paradiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... red containers”) we found them….but no Alex in sight. Fortunately, there was a light on in one of the units (they were, in fact, two levels of four red containers attached together) and we knocked on the window that served as a door. No answer! We continued to knock and call out Alex’s name and, finally, a young woman appeared, somewhat scared, thinking we were some kind of intruders trying to get into the house. She didn’t speak English but ...
... Paz and got to the football stadium where a home game was taking place. The square was buzzing, shame Bobby wasn't! We went up to the top of the city to a vantage point where we could take photos of this over populated city. We went to the president square ( he wasn't in) lots of people were milling about as they do not work on Sundays. There was a very ornate church that had been upgraded with bell towers being ...
... but were turned off by $25 fajitas (remember: we were used to gourmet steaks for half that price). We opted for a Uruguayan parilla instead: the service was great but the steaks were way overdone. Our next stop was the entire reason for visiting La Barra: Tequila, the top night club in town. This place looks like someone took a small town carnival from the mid-1900's and splattered it with cracked open glow sticks. Given that it was late in ...
... have either have gone crazy or to have just lost the will to live. We didn't stay for long because neither of us were enjoying seeing these poor animals in such confined spaces.
We had a delicious dinner on the little campstove and reflected that it will be our last night in the tent. Tomorrow will be our last day on the bikes, before we have some time off on the coast of Uruguay and then take the ferry across to Buenos Aires. We tucked in for ...
After much pondering Steve and I decided to venture to a football match in Buenos Aires, the game we went to see was Uruguay Vs Peru, it wasnt just any football match though it was the semi-final of the America's Cup. As some of you know I am quite a big fan of Diego Forlan so I was hoping that Uruguay would win, but upon our arrival to the stadium we were greeted by a sea of red, so I felt that it would probably be a good idea to support Peru. Steve had already made his ...