Regency Golf Hotel
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... I killed one the next day in our cabin. Unfortunately, Sandy missed Buenos Aires, our stop the next day, but was able to make it to the Falls which was a three night/four day excursion. Crystal sprayed our room while we were gone.
All's well that ends well. With Sandy on the mend, we were able to get to our next excursion, Iguazu Falls, a sight to behold. I'll talk about that in a future blog. Next stop - Buenos Aires.
... musician playing guitar and singing a heart felt ballad that stirred the passengers to applause. The Old Town contains a collection of Neo-classical buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries, many of which are unfortunately in a state of dereliction and disrepair or flanked by ugly utilitarian office blocks. Nevertheless, the town has its charm and we wandered and strolled the town, ducking into shops and cafes to avoid the menacing thunderstorm ...
... bought a bottle to share at the lake, not really sure on weather or not drinking in public was illegal or not. But we took the chance, and we didn't end up in jail :-) I think, if you put in Uruguay on your itinerary, you should consider adding the ride to punts del Diablo.... Not punts del este, wich is to famous, overcrowded and overpriced. But since I didn't see my self lying on the beach, I was fine with going back to ...
... It is a small city outside of Montevideo that is a popular vacation destination. After our stop at Piriapolis we continued on and stopped at "Museo Taller de Casapueblo - Carlos Paez Vilaro" which is a recent museum that was made from a famous Uruguayan artist's home. He recently died this year (February 2014) and transformed his home into an art museum. His house was absolutely BEAUTIFUL! At the top of a hill and had a greek style look to it. Here we got to walk around and ...
... more of a reward than just seeing the crumbly buildings and squares of Montevideo’s old town so we decided to treat ourselves to lunch at the ”Mercado del Puerto”, a noisy, flaming huddle of bustling bars and restaurants housed in the cavernous wrought iron former market at the old port.
We ordered what we thought was a kind of meal-in-a-sandwich – a local speciality called a chivito - but ended up sharing a ...