Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Montevideo
After our late bedtime, we slept as long as possible, and the kids obliged. We decided to stay mostly on Denver time at this point, since we all needed the sleep anyway. Sleeping in very late meant that we missed the breakfast spread at the hotel - well worth it to get a little bit of shut-eye as the reviews indicated that the food wasn't that …
Our flight to Uruguay was scheduled for 3:45pm, and we wanted to ensure plenty of time to get across town and everything. So we spent Saturday morning after breakfast hanging out at the hotel. The sun was out, so we headed back out to the playground, but it got too hot pretty fast.
We left plenty early for the airport, so we had lots of …
I had another full day of training with my Argentine hosts and again another tremendous lunch of beef and red wine at a local restaurant. I chose to take the short flight from BA rather than the ferry. Another nice hotel in downtown Montevideo next to a small park. Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel [US$279 for 2 nights] http://www. …
... gave us a tour of the surrounding area, during which we spent an entertaining 10minutes with the three of us stuck on a bull. In the evening we went to one of their friend's birthday drinks, sampling some Uruguayan wine and showing off our Cumbia skills (or lack there of).
We drove to Kiyu for the weekend to stay in Norma's house, which was absolutely beautiful, with views over its own private beach, and yet another ...
... of a hand rising up from the sands. After a bit of jostling for position through all the tourists, I was able to set my stake on the thumb.
We packed an all weather pack to compensate for the unpredictable weather and walked around the peninsula. Just off the walkway Rach pointed out that the beach below was no longer a beach but a stockpile of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet