Short Term Apartments
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in some shops and interesting places along the way. At the hotel, we found that we apparently have so much stuff that they thought we needed an extra table, which had magically appeared in our room while we were gone.
Now, we’ve just had some room service, which was the cheapest food we could find, for dinner. We’ll spend the evening fixing some practicalities and then continue exploring the city tomorrow. Whatever happens then, the first impression of ...
... Christmas carols. I asked William if this was a safe area. He said in the daytime it was fine, just always "keep the eyes wide open"; in the night, don't go out alone. The original plan was to rent a car on Saturday morning, but after seeing that the "free" parking was already taken in the tiny hotel parking garage, I have decided to wait and rent the car when I leave Montevideo on Monday. So that means 2 days of walking around- should be ...
... odd cobbles still in place! We spent the afternoon in Colonia. The first thing I noticed is that almost everybody carries this strange cup and thermos. Something I'd only seen one person do before, Luis Suarez! I enquired into what it is and why every Uruguayan carries it! Flo (our guide) informed me it's a real tradition, similar to green tea and they are just crazy for it in Uruguay, some men wouldn't leave home without it! It's called 'Mate' I tried it later ...
... later when we were looking at a map of where we are going and he pointed out the Palmer station we will be close to and from which scientists will come out to the ship and tell us about it. The evening show was a magician who did some pretty good tricks. We went back to the piano bar after and then we went to another lounge and ...
We sailed into the mouth of the Rio de la Plata for our brief stop in Montevideo. This city has a population of almost 1.5 million, about ½ of Uruguay's total. Uruguay is ranked first in Latin America in democracy, peace, lack of corruption, quality of living, government, and equally first in South America when it comes to press freedom, size of the middle class, prosperity and security.
We hopped on our excursion bus and found we were the ...