- 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 …
... we headed to the central market to sample a Uruguayan BBQ. The Uruguyans claim that their meat is more tender and tasty than the Argentinians and so we thought it would be rude not to sample it and give our expert opinion!! I can't comment on whether it was better or worse than the Argentine BBQ that we loved so much, but I can definately say that it didn't disappoint!!
After leaving the ...
... get out of the taxi with a laugh and pic with him (to claim back my money, one day).
The hostel is very nice, located in the old part of Montevideo, the central one. My room is ok but it’s facing the street. It means quite noisy in the morning… the rest of the day I will be discovering the city anyway. That was the only private room they had available and considering I booked it yesterday evening I would say “that’s fine”!
On top of seeing ...
... us but we had no idea what she was saying to us and when we told her in spanish that we didn't understand and only spoke a little spanish she proceeded to tell the lady behind the counter that we didn't understand and to be nice to us. She patted me in the shoulder and giggled as she left the store. I'm beginning to love little, spanish, old ladies. Our third and final day in Montevideo, we were surprised to walk out the front door and find a fruit and ...
... Argentinian football vest and purple bandana combo, meant that there wasn't a person we passed who didn't stare, point and giggle. The only people who didn't have a gawp were the stoners sat around a garden surrounding a fountain, dotted with creepy plastic elves, flamingoes and flowers. One sight we wanted to visit was the neoclassical 'Teatro Solis', one of 15 theatres in Montevideo. We were a bit late for our tour joining Barbara, the solitary attendee and Hernan, our guide. It ...