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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Columbia Montevideo
Onze kamer heeft een prachtig uitzicht op Rio de la plata, letterlijk vertaald "Rivier van het geld".
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Dag 2 zaterdago Na een vertraging van ongeveer 45 minuten kwamen we aan op vliegveld Carrasco in Montevideo waar we eindelijk de benen konden strekken na een vlucht 13 uur vanuit Madrid. Eenmaal door de slurf gelopen en paspoortcontrole moesten we onze telefoons registreren. Deze registratie is nodig om een sim kaartje te kunnen kopen want we …
As our friends know, we are home now. We got back Monday, May 4th. But I need to finish this blog - not for you, but for me. Maybe when I'm done, I will turn it into a book which is what I did with our Kenya-Tanzania safari. It will give the kids something to throw away when we head for that big cruise ship in the sky.
It's good to be home. We got back in time to see Mike Huckabee declare his candidacy for President of the ...
... provided some information about the country while frequently mentioning his dislike for Argentinians. The general vibe received from Montevideo was that they weren't the biggest fan of their neighbours.
For dinner we visited a local parilla restaurant which was described to us as a typical Uruguayan restaurant, though we had seen them many a time in Argentina. The food was decent but not on par with the Argentinian equivalent.
Today we had breakfast in the dining room rather than the buffet but the service was slow, so we will probably go back to the buffet most other days.
After breakfast Paul went to a bridge lesson and Eleanor and I went to a presentation by one of the scientists on 'A Taste of the Falklands Flora and Fauna'. He had wonderful pictures of birds, animals and flowers that we may see ...
... set up like a plane, except by boat. We also got to pick our seats which was key so get in line early! We sat by the window of course and were ready to enjoy the scenery. The boat had a taxfree shop, some cafe's on board, and places to eat at. It was set up really cute!
We got to Colonia, Uruguay a little after 10 AM (11 AM in Uruguay) so it took us a little over an hour to get there. From there we got our luggage and got on the bus which headed to Montevideo and left at ...