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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... was able to offer this as we spent two or three days cruising around the main tourist spots which mostly consisted of several museums and a long coastal walk along 'The Rambla'. I've just looked at wiki travel to see if I forgot anything major and noticed there's a market on Sundays that is identified by people selling puppies near the entrance. Good thing I didn't let Kate see that one. We loved how safe Montevideo felt and our dollars also seemed to go a bit further ...
... as I was feeling grumpy and anxious about it all day - hoping I didn't leave it in a place it might get stolen, or that it hadn't bern stolen the previous day without me noticing. The ride took 3 hours and I spent half the time dozing off and half the time reading Harry Potter. When we arrived, my first impression was that Uruguay was a less populated but much cleaner version of Buenos Aires. As soon as we arrived we passed customs and then got on our ...
... itself is about 1.8 million. Uruguay is best known for its grasslands, farms and cowboys known as gauchos. Gaucho stems from the Indian word for orphan due to the nomadic lifestyle of the original cowboys.
... from El Calafate to Buenos Aires, little to our knowledge, the Argentine peso went into freefall and dropped its value the biggest amount in one day in over 12 years. The currency was already dicey and worth next to nothing and this just exaggerated the circumstances. See, Argentines would regularly jump on a boat from Buenos Aires and smash all of the ATM’s in Colonial (Uruguay) for $US with the whole neighbourhood’s credit ...
... would climb on top of what is normally a kiosk but was not open that day, maybe 30ft high in a type of wig wam dome shape with a helmet on, and a base ball bat. His sole purpose was to be the person that people could throw the hundreds of empty bottles of cider at. God knows what possessed him to do it, maybe he does it every year, who knows, but fun was had by all - even him. After dancing with the locals, bouncing up and down to the beat of the drums, being soaked with ...