Sheraton Montevideo Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Montevideo Hotel
Muy bien ubicado para disfrutar la ciudad y trabajar.
La habitacion impecable, asi como la atencion del staff.
Un poco flojo el desayuno para el nivel del hotel.
Esta bueno que tenga salida directa al Shopping Mall.
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... amp; currency are stable, there is less disparity between classes & it can still produce a decent football team! We had a great weekend catching up with ex-colleagues (of all nations: Argentines, Mexicans, French, Chileans & even some Uruguayans), who we totally failed to get photos with! As to be expected, it mainly involved eating large amounts of meat & perhaps a drop or two of alcohol. Good ...
... Catholic country.99 % of the tourists in Montevideo are from neighboring Brazil and Argentina, occasionally one might glimpse a European but it is rare.
I have to say it is odd walking around an empty city , it feels like a multi storey parking lot at 2am in the morning,a few cars loitering overnight,the guards sitting in their booth at the entrance and the lights on 50% power saving.Noises you would take for granted on a busy morning,like a bang,a scrape or ...
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After many missed flights, wrong turns, delays, bad street food and bad restrooms to deposit said food, a girl that travels is easy going and adaptable. She is prepared for bumps in the road literally and metaphorically. Life throws curve balls and she smacks them right out of the park.
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... Sam and Stacey. Colonia del Sacramento was once a smuggling port and its features do it proud - a pretty tiny town filled with old colonial buildings, tasteful restaurants and bars, a lighthouse and cobbled streets decorated with a few cool old cars. We had an afternoon walking around the town, we saw everything in a few of hours and had time for Caz to buy a Uruguay footy top with Suarez on the back (especially for the World Cup) and a meal in a restaurant that no doubt had ...
... leave it at the curb and take the keys in to the desk). We checked in, found the Copa Club, hung out, then headed to our gate. While we were walking from the club to the gate, it started to storm pretty hard.
We boarded the plane late, as per Copa's standard procedure (at least it seems that way), and settled into our upgraded seats. After everyone had boarded, they came on and announced that they suspected the plane had ...