Regency Suites Hotel-Montevideo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Montevideo is a lovely place to live though - if not slightly more expensive than I was expecting!
This coming weekend I am going on a trip with the 'club de aventureros' to go rock climbing and abseiling in one of the National Parks so that should be fun! The only thing I am sad about is that public pools don't seem to be a thing here so no swimming for me unless I want to swim in the sea with the dead fish...
Lots of love and until next time! xxx
... the extent for us! We did a decent walking tour of the old town where we learned the city was built by the Spanish in retaliation to Colonia, which had been built by the Portuguese. We also learned a bit about the country's president - Jose Mujica. He was a prisoner for 13 years, donates 90% of his salary to charity, works in an office on the main square with no security, turns up to work in shorts and t-shirt in summer ...
... bread and cakes), Choco bum (biscuits) and Kraps (crackers) have nothing on the best named emporium ever: Tits. I kid you not.
We enjoyed not having a lot of must-sees in Montevideo. It’s actually nice to be somewhere that the pressure to be doing this and seeing that doesn’t make you feel guilty every time you stop chasing the next tick on your city break check list.
We did try hard to see some ...
... they were all in ranks of newcomers and old-timers and they all worked together, they were building a gym that had been authorised by the director and they were all very excited about this although this was another item seen as a luxury and had to be earned.
I then said goodbye and we left for my very long trip back in the thunderstorms and rain and the boat ride was very scary back. I got back to an empty house again as the family were at there other house. straight to bed I ...
... we had to take a taxi out of Puerto Iguazu, which then met our minibus two blocks away (only Argentinian taxis are allowed to take people out of the bus station at Puerto Iguazu). The minibus then took us through the long process to get through immigration, and once that happened we were at our hotel ten minutes later! It was a relief to find that our rooms were ready and we could at least shower before heading out again.
Iguassu Falls is somewhere that I have wanted to ...