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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... notre lit. Le lendemain, nous nous réveillons tranquille puis un toc retentit sur la porte. Ce sont d'autres couchsurfers, un couple de São Paulo. Nous nous préparons au pas de course, changeons notre lit en mode banquette avant de quitter l'appartement pour leur donner un peu d'espace. Nous marchons vers la gare routière pour acheter nos billets puis avalons nos sandwiches, assis dans un parc. Nous rejoignons ensuite le ...
... after the Expo but i knew it would finish really late so I just relaxed and had a snooze. Stephen came by the hostel about 12.30 and we headed to his friends house. The friend lived a while away so we jumped in a cab. It was a nice part of the city right on the beach and their part actually had beach. The sea was still brown though. We arrived and they were so lovely. There were two brother, and two friends. One of the friends had lived in London in East Putney and was a ...
... couple of seasons were quite decent, as is the case with most US shows it quickly jumped the shark and I only jumped back into the last season to see how they wrapped it up. The answer is poorly.
In Montevideo we hopped on a bus and headed for the hostel, about 20minutes away. What is immediately obvious about Uruguay is how friendly the people are. When the Tourist Info in the bus terminal was closed a security guard went out of his way to give us a map and check ...
... so we were looking forward to it, and weren't disappointed! The seats were more comfortable than some that I've travelled on in business class on planes, so I had no complaints about it! They hadn't got the message about vegetarian meals for those of us who had requested them, but again that's not something that totally surprises me!
We arrived in Puerto Iguazu and had to transfer from the Argentinian side to the Brazilian side in Foz de Iguazu, where our hotel was. To ...
... capitals. One thing we had to sample was a local 'parrilla' (BBQ meat feast) which Uruguay is rumoured to be even better than Argentina for but sadly it wasn't that great. However in the name of science I knew that another attempt would be required before making my final judgement.
In order to get to Buenos Aires we needed to take a ferry from a little town called Colonia on the south west coast which serves as a visa run for some people and for others a chance to ...