San Marco Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... of a tropical rain forest than in the rolling hills of temperate Uruguay. We saw falcons, owls, forked-tailed flycatchers with foot-long tail feathers, cuckoos, parakeets, tiny, but amazingly vocal house wrens, brilliantly iridescent humming birds and noisy southern lapwings – the national bird of Uruguay no less.
Our wildlife show didn’t stop with birds and fireflies though. We also spotted several wild guinea pigs feeding ...
... by the woman in the ticket booth that it was indeed inside the city limits meaning he had to turn around and pay another AR$10. After threatening to get out several times he eventually got the road in the sat nav and we got there at 11:45, fifteen minutes before departure. We were aiming for 11:00. The bill was just under AR$200. I grabbed our bags to get them out as soon as but he managed to hold back Rach's backpack. We then got into a very heated argument about ...
... wall, complete with draw bridge. The streets are lined with cafés, bars and restaurants. All with very similar dishes, that coupled with prices similar to Australia it's an expensive little trip back in time. Souvenirs that look like they are made in China are over priced and far to generic to make it home in my bag. That coupled with dozens more giant mosquito bites and the fact that I have nothing clean left to wear have left ...
... while my mom took a nap, then when it got chilly, I went up to the room to nap. We went out for dinner at 8pm and walked toward this restaurant we found on trip advisor. When we got there, we found that it was closed, so we began walking for another restaurant. We walked and walked. We walked through dark alleys and hardly lit parks; quite an adventure. We finally made our way to the old town and found a nice restaurant to eat ...
... of all ages. After the science museum we walked across the street to the first restaurant we saw, a sandwich and pizza kind of place and had lunch. Once again Debbie was very attuned to Emily's needs and did a lot of work to make sure they were met. I can't imagine trying to do this without Debbie. We had a quick, adequate lunch then risked it again and jumped into a non-radio taxi. The driver was very nice, a grandfather of a 15-month old boy who lived one block ...