Marti Apart Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo
... home to local side Boca Juniors where a little Portena known as Diego Maradona first shared his genius with the world. The Argentinian premier league finished two weeks ago so we didn't get a chance to see Boca in action which by all accounts is a must for any football fan. There is a lot of history and culture to take in so we decided to take the free walking tour of the city. Passing the National congress, many ...
... but, as we found with most things in Montevideo, very expensive. I had wanted to watch a football match at the stadium that hosted the first World Cup but One Direction were in town and the match was moved to a smaller ground. So obviously we went to an even smaller ground to see Montevideo Wanderers (2nd in the league) play Racing Montevideo. We were hoping for a feisty South American derby but it was actually pretty chilled ...
... to itch again. She is proud of her hometown for it is a new city for someone else to explore.
A girl that travels is the hardest working woman you will know. She will most likely hold down two or three jobs to fund her adventures. Not to mention an entrepreneur turning her travels into an income source. She is smart and knows that these days many employees find international travel favorable in future candidates.
A girl that ...
... ride back to the port. Antonio and Rosalia summarize our tour and thank us for our attention. We make it back to the port quickly and we reboard the ship. So, would we return to Montevideo? The jury is out for us. The city has a warm and welcoming feel and it does have much to offer. That should be enough, but is it? Good question….we’ll let Buenos Aires decide for us if we would return to this part of the world. Speaking of which, tomorrow is Buenos ...
... del Este and it's apparently where all the rich Argentineans, Uruguayans and Brazilians go for vacation. If you're not invited to the "cool" house party then you're a nobody and may as well not have gone to the beach. They apparently change outfits three times a day there. Reminds me of parts of LA. The town is a bit odd because it is entirely sponsored by Citibank and Fiat. Everrrrrrything there is sponsored. The second beach was Punta del Diablo and it was much ...