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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We took a bus from Colonia to Montevideo, in 2.5 hours we got there. The journey was plesant, I was even able to sleep. My expectactions were quite low for Montevideo, the biggest motivation was to find the place where my grandfather born and lived.
After dealing with the burocracy of the public civil register of Montevideo, I was able to get …
... s hranolkami a dva Sprity. Chivito je takovy mistni vynalez, vetsinou je to velikansky sandwich s nekolika naplnemi. Slaby steak, sunka, syr, smazene vajicko, nejaka zelenina a casto i jine. Pry chivito zacli jist, kdyz si uvedomily, ze proste nemuzou jist jenom maso.
Uruguay presto, ze je to celkem mala země a ne velice zalidněná, má velice stabilní ekonomiku. Nejsou tu velké rozdíly mezi chudými a bohatými a většina obyvatelstva patří do takové střední třídy. ...
... on. Roxanne said she did a tour around it and then took in a show later that night. In Cordoba we met a couple of guys from Montevideo (I know how random) and so we exchanged Facebook info (so grade 5 but...) and we contacted them when we got into town to ask for advice and to get some travel tips for around the city. They suggested we go to have lunch at El Mercardo del Puerto in old town, so we went down and had a steak lunch with Merlot, yes ...
... beaches that we had become accustomed to. Now, the sand was beautiful, but the land, littered with unfriendly, imposing concrete buildings made it look like the Mersey. Despite a murky sea polluting the shoreline, the humidity meant it was too uncomfortable not to have a paddle. Haviana's insitu, grimacing as we waded in, we'd returned to our place in the sand after a minute or two as something touched my foot. It was probably another plastic bottle, but no worries, I mean, ...
We slept in past breakfast again. This was in the plan, since we needed to leave around nominal bedtime for the airport. But that story comes later.
When traveling with kids we try not to place too many demands on what we "have" to see or do and try and go with the flow. However, as I mentioned, we really wanted to try some Uruguayan beef, and T had heard about the Mercado del Puerto, ...