Regency Suites Hotel-Montevideo
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Mendoza was a cool town, not big enough to be a busy city, but not small either. Lots of young professionals and backpackers.
The next day we took a flight to Bariloche. We took a flight because a bus ticket was about the same price and 17 hours longer. Bariloche is the main and most northern town of Argentina’s Lake District. The Lake District is a mountainous region with many lakes at different altitudes. It’s a ...
... 34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"> Concerning the old city, observing Montevideo's fleet from the pier, I headed home for an night of packing cloths and sleeping in my king size bed. With not a lot of hair on my face but my intimidating mustache, and after working on my roar post teeth brushing I was ready to hit the sack before setting off east the next morning where everything is touched by light, everything but the elephant graveyards. Mohaha
... Today we would be walking thru the city so distant landscapes were not on our agenda, we were here to walk, relax and take in the feeling of the old section of the capitol of this small South American country. The city is much smaller than Buenos Aires or Rio, although it holds almost half of the population of Uruguay, one and half million is not a large population for a city in South America.
Our first sights of the city encouraged our belief that this would be ...
... the beach and everything, but we could certainly see what he meant.There are heaps of trees all around that line the streets. Being Domingo... not much open or to see. After finding a little pub that was open, and chatting to a lovely waiter who spoke exceptional english (and having some comida & bebidas!!!), we went back.
The next day was catch-up day...and relax... these days are so good for us, but we kind of feel a bit guilty that ...
... C, less humid than in Buenos Aires. We got our walking tour map, and set out to walk. We saw Montevideo and it was very nice. The architecture was very typical and had a certain contemporary charm.
We walked around for a couple of hours and then returned to the ship around 15:00. Still no backpack. But now as soon as we were in our stateroom, the Front Desk called and asked us to come down and fill in a form with details on our missing luggage. Geez. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility