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... la fabrication des fromages... Petite dégustation des produits, nous avons succombé et sommes parti avec un fromage de chèvre au herbes de Provence et un gouda bien fait.
Et ça ce n'était que le matin. L'après-midi nous sommes parti avec une touriste Française et un Espagnol, pour faire un tour dans les montagnes environnantes, riches en curiosités géologiques. Notre guide, bien que sympathique, nous montra rapidement qu'il s'en foutait royalement et que sa priorité ...
... person in attendance, I was assigned my own guide; an enthusiastic young lady enrolled in college, majoring in communication. Part of her studies included volunteering as a docent for the theater to translate to people like me. The tour lasted about 45 minutes, and we were able to see all of the inside and parts of the back areas of the theater. The theater, built in 1856, is now owned by the city of Montevideo and is subsidized so as ...
... Docking here was interesting, the captain managed to wedge us in sideways to a Costa ship and a freighter with a few feet to spare. He earned his money today!
Our tour today was called Highlights of Montevideo and our guide Fernanda a native Uruguayan. She was very proud of her city and we came to really enjoy it too. It has to win the award for most unusual naming of a city, basically meaning "the sixth mountain running east to west" (monte ...
... 233; Mujica is well known for his grandfatherly style and humility, donating 90% of his salary to charity, refusing to reside in the presidential palace and during his political career eschewing suits and ties in favour of sweaters. He has presided over numerous social changes, including the banning of smoking in public, the legalisation of abortion, same sex civil unions and the state controlled sale of marijuana. Recent years have seen a radical development in Uruguayan ...
... beautiful with marble columns and sculptures showing how the bank had far too much money at one point. The art
exhibition was pretty strange and not great bar one awesome piece from an Argentinean artist that was a full sized front of a house lying on the floor with a huge mirror behind it. Meaning that when you looked at the mirror you saw a ...