Regency Golf Hotel
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... mâcher des feuilles de coca. Malgré tout, le nuancier de couleur des roches sédimentaires et les effets de Lumière ont rendu cette randonnée très intéressante, principalement pour les photos. Une description serait inutile, nous vous conseillons simplement de regarder les photos. Sur la route du retour, nous nous sommes arrêté dans une petite ferme de lamas. Très bon accueil des locaux, mais petit hic... 4 chiens qui nous suivaient partout dont un golden qui nous sautait dessus ...
... it affordable and available for the citizens of Uruguay to attend. A major restoration project on the theater was completed in 2004 and the place really shines. I would have liked to attend a live performance, but my time in Montevideo won't allow it. Next I walked over to Plaza Matriz; the oldest plaza in Montevideo and named in honor of the first constitution of Uruguay. On the weekends, there is a giant "swap meet" that takes place. ...
... Roman numeral VI meaning six) and (deo the abbreviation east to west). Apparently sailors used the mountains as distant sightings to guide their way in. Interesting.
The city itself is the capital and home to nearly half the country's population (1.3 million out of 3 million people) It covers a large area with many tree lined boulevards and green spaces so that it doesn't seem large at all. An early president in the 1800's wanted to ...
... spacemen in the naivety scene? It was time to leave the concrete jungle of Montevideo as we parted ways with James at the bus terminal. He was due to catch a ferry from Colonia back to Buenos Aires and fly back to England a few days early to surprise his girlfriend. Instead we were going to explore western Uruguay - home to sleepy riverside towns, cows and gauchos; poncho-clad beret wearing cowboys who roam the wilderness on horseback, herding cattle from one area of pasture to ...
... there was a play or show on that night. It’s a really nice theatre in the European style with amazing chandeliers from Birmingham of all places. They have to be really careful with all the old chandeliers as the factory was destroyed in German bombing during WWII so they can’t replace any of the pieces. In the evening we had another very ...