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Plaza Independencia 759, Montevideo, Uruguay
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Pablo met me in the coach station in Montevideo, where it wasn't raining - or at least not as much. The next morning, he drove me around Montevideo showing me the sights and filling me in on the stories, both the public and personal (such as where he ...
... to be finished classes though, and am looking forward to starting the fun stuff. Yesterday I took a day trip to Colonia in Uruguay. It was a strange little town, very quaint, quite touristy, but a nice change of pace after the bustle of Buenos Aires. ...
... economy crash as many rich Argentines banked their money here. I liked the romantic air of faded 19th century grandeur in Montevideo. Gorgeous restored early 19th C buildings stand right next to crumbling ruins in the old town and next to ugly modern ...
... hostel, my first choice was fully booked so I a bit of a trek to another hostel which thankfully had a bed, the Hostel Montevideo. Spent most of the afternoon just wandering around the city. Visited the water front and the old town on this rather overcast ...
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This "Old City" by the harbor retains remnants of the past, like iron gates and colonial street lamps, and, with antique shops, museums and cafes, it's a great place for browsing.
19 de Abril 1181, Montevideo, Uruguay
Calle Buenos Aires 652, Montevideo, Uruguay
Opened in 1856, this once-prominent music theater hosted world-renowned conductors, composers and performers until 1930, and now features occasional cultural events.
This prominent plaza divides the old from the new Uruguay, and is surrounded by an interesting array of architectural styles. It also contains a statue of General Artigas, considered the father of Uruguay.