Austral Hotel Montevideo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAustral Hotel Montevideo
Good budget hotel.
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... time and we saw a beautiful sunset over the river. Furthermore, Montevideo is a city of Ferias, street fairs and markets that take place on practically every day of the week at various locations throughout the city. These are great places to admire the hand crafts of local artists, buy fresh produce, and some of the best street food in the world. The largest of the ferias is Tristan Navarja, that felt like it covered 10 city blocks. Montevideo ...
... cover them in time.
I met dan in the dorm and he agreed to come with me.
First stop was the Palacio Legislativo. Eventually we found the 151 bus that took us right there and made it just in time as the sun was coming down which was nice to see.
next stop was to walk to Barrio reus which is in a sketchier part of town but has a heap of nice ...
... Catholic country.99 % of the tourists in Montevideo are from neighboring Brazil and Argentina, occasionally one might glimpse a European but it is rare.
I have to say it is odd walking around an empty city , it feels like a multi storey parking lot at 2am in the morning,a few cars loitering overnight,the guards sitting in their booth at the entrance and the lights on 50% power saving.Noises you would take for granted on a busy morning,like a bang,a scrape or ...
... to itch again. She is proud of her hometown for it is a new city for someone else to explore.
A girl that travels is the hardest working woman you will know. She will most likely hold down two or three jobs to fund her adventures. Not to mention an entrepreneur turning her travels into an income source. She is smart and knows that these days many employees find international travel favorable in future candidates.
A girl that ...
... Sam and Stacey. Colonia del Sacramento was once a smuggling port and its features do it proud - a pretty tiny town filled with old colonial buildings, tasteful restaurants and bars, a lighthouse and cobbled streets decorated with a few cool old cars. We had an afternoon walking around the town, we saw everything in a few of hours and had time for Caz to buy a Uruguay footy top with Suarez on the back (especially for the World Cup) and a meal in a restaurant that no doubt had ...