InterCity Premium Hotel Montevideo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... The museum was closed for renovations, but we paid a few bucks to do our own stadium tour. We wandered around one stand of the massive stadium. I got a nice naked photo, sitting in the stand. We all wanted to stop for a rest, so sat in the stands, stoned as anything, watching the pitch. There were two men, marking the white lines on the pitch, for a Uruguay friendly (pre World Cup) game which was being played that weekend. While we were stoned, it intrigued us to watch these ...
... lots of Montevideo. We walked from our hostel all the way to the mall/ bus station and once there we realized we were merely 5 blocks away from the stadium where the first World Cup ever was held. After a quick stop at the mall we made our way to the stadium. Approaching the stadium we were greeted by vendors selling various One Direction photos, weird.Apparently these pooftas are playing a concert here in a ...
We are spending more time than planned here but the future looks good. Our flight was delayed 8 hours which meant we would miss the once a day Lima to montevideo connection Avianca air rebooked us to an aa nonstop to uraguay so we get in at 930 am instead of 430 am and we got preferred seating with free wine and beer (like we will need that at 1130 ...
... market directly above.
We also had a chance to go shopping. Not that we could buy anything as our bags were stacked, but just enough to get an appreciation for my new favourite store.
After searching high and low for a sports bar, or anything that would play the Super Bowl, we ...
... Eoin and I were a little underwhelmed by the site – most of the houses have been converted into souvenir shops or restaurants and modern cars line the streets which does nothing for recreating the 19th century ambience.
However, we had enjoyed travelling outside of the dirty city of Montevideo and seeing something of the lush green countryside of Uruguay before heading the following day to Argentina and a two day visit to Buenos Aires.