Hotel Tres Cruces
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... VW Beetle, is regularly seen in the restaurants and cafes of Montevideo, sans entourage, and most famously he gives 90% of his salary to charitable causes. Whilst in office he has also been pretty radical seeing to it that laws such as legalising marijuana and same sex marriage have been passed.
So, against this general backdrop of good karma we set about enjoying our three days in Montevideo. “Uruguay experiences a lot of ...
... a huge wind chill as it’s coming straight off the Antarctic continent. I started wearing shorts and a t-shirt but pretty quickly had my jacket on as the wind was freezing. The wind was whipping the river into wave like conditions and they were slamming into the promenade creating spray over the walkway. At one point I got nicely hit and it was freezing. ...
... We got involved.
Culinary highlights were found in Mercado del Puerto - bife and salmon a la plancha, and Schwarma Ashot for a Middle Eastern kebab.
'Baar Fun Fun' lived up to its name, providing live music and tango (Uruguay contests Argentina (and France!) as the birthplace of tango), as well as the secret recipe liquor drink, 'Uvita', and was a great place to finish our time in Montevideo.
Onward bus to Fray Bentos, 4.5 hours.
... the 1972 crash of the airplane carrying the uraguyan soccer team in the Andes so sad and inspiring they survived 72 days before being rescued. Movie rand a book We had lunch and found a place to prints some documents. Took and nap and now we are back out here we have some exciting things planned in the coming ...
... got to feel all nostalgic about his disgusting boarding school food.
We decided to walk back as it didn't seem to far, plus we had no idea where we would now get a taxi and the cows gazing at us outside didn't look too helpful so off we went. Back to the bus station, another 5 hour bus back to Montevideo and then another long walk at the other end. We made it home just 20 hours after we had left the house. We managed it - Fray Bentos in a day!
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