Regency Golf Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my flight landed to when my flight back would depart. I think I would be one of the few people that can see what I want to see in a city with that ample amount of time. I decided about Friday morning that I wanted to do Montevideo.
Friday after work, I went to the Amex Centurion Lounge with some co-workers who were also catching flights out that night. I ended up showering there since I didn't have time to go home. Afterwards, I quickly ...
... morning before heading further afield to Carrasco (a beautiful beachside barrio to the east) for the day. Here Graham finally got to sample the Uruguayan speciality dish called Chivitos, which is a cholesterol laden, mammoth toasted sandwich bulging with steak, jamon, cheese, olives, eggs, tomatoes, lettuce, onion and mayonnaise. Kind of like a hamburger on steroids. When we returned around 5pm there was no trace of the temporary market. Astonishing!
... made differently and unique. It was the richest neighborhood in Uruguay right outside the beach area where only the millionaires live. The houses were all breathtaking and so different. What a life that must be!
After touring the last neighborhood, we headed back to Montevideo. We made it back to our hotel at around 8:00 PM. What a day! But what a beautiful day! It was time to relax and get ready for our next journey. Rio de Janiero, Brazil is up tomorrow :) Can't begin to be thankful ...
... stays very quiet until midday really so it was just us and the odd jogger. When we reached the path we realised we had no idea what there was in Montevideo we just picked a direction and walked.
The walk was nice but after a while we got hungry so we followed the signs to Punta Carretas shopping centre. I think this was quite an upmarket shopping centre as there were lots of nice shops, the Uruguayans have a much better fashion sense than the brazilians. We had a milkshake ...
... tons of meat, sandwiches are always ham & cheese (if you're lucky with extra mozzarella melted on top) and they can't leave the house without their maté gourd & thermos of hot water. Seriously how can you say maté is not addictive if people can't go without it for a half an hour whilst they pop to the shops? But Uruguay is also happily different to Argentina. For a nation of only 3.5 million, ...