Regency Suites Hotel-Montevideo
Travel Blogs from Montevideo
... named Shortlegs. We got to meet loads of Rodolfo and Marcia's friends, who introduced us to a real Uruguayan asado; a huge barbecue with a kilo of meat per person. It was SO yummy. We spent the evening drinking, dancing, and forming our own band with Javier's exotic instruments.
We made our way back to Montevideo for a couple of relaxing days walking around the city. We outdid ourselves on the cooking front ...
... empty mussel shells.
Down at the docks there was an array of luxury yachts and the odd luxury fishing vessel.
These seals knew how to score a cheap feed. The lazy *******s would hold onto the pontoon, awe the tourists and receive a generous serving of fish portions from ...
... that seemed to multiply every day we were there. The animals provided us with a fair bit of entertainment as one of the dogs (Leo) was extremely hyperactive and loved to pick up the kittens and run around with them in his mouth which seemed very cute at first, until he got a bit carried away with himself which didn't work out too well for one of the kittens and from then on we referred to Leo, the dog in question, as 'the murderer' for the rest of the time we were there. We are ...
... We easily drove downtown and found our hotel, the Radisson Victoria Plaza. Due to our Gold status with Carlson, we were again upgraded - this time to an Ambassador Suite. This room was ridiculous. It sported a living/dining/common area the size of two normal hotel rooms, a foyer with a door that closed leading to a guest lavatory/powder room and a small kitchen with a fridge and sink, a master bath, and a bedroom. It was truly ...
... tomb of the General with soldiers still guarding his ashes. We then walked through the city to the site of an indoor market, but it turned out to just be restaurants. Disappointed, we carried on and picked up some more Empanadas for lunch (we like Empanadas!) and walked north-east to the tallest building in Uruguay. This monster, which stands at a whopping 37 floors tall (sense the sarcasm?) looks a lot like the Spinnaker tower in Portsmouth. We were very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center