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Plaza Independencia 759, Montevideo, Uruguay
Calle Victor Solino 349, Montevideo, Uruguay
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... became legal as did the legalisation of marijuana to help eradicate drug cartels. No sooner had we arrived at Pocitos Hostel in Montevideo, we'd skipped down to the shore, excited to cool our tired, battered feet in the Atlantic Ocean. As we approached ...
... up for all to come and enjoy. When the red light on the theatre roof was lit, it used to let the residents of Montevideo know when there a performance was on, now it it on for tradition. In 1998 the Municipal undertook a major renovation and it was ...
Uruguay has been a place for us to stop and truly just plonk ourselves down and relax. No high expectations, just a place for Campbell to get ready for his exams (so maybe not as relaxed for him) and us to just veg out. After the "mugging" incident we ...
HOLA familia and friends! We have been thoroughly enjoying the pace, weather and relaxation that Montevideo has offered us. Our apartment, Palazio Durazno is a marbled and art deco styled apartment building that has two double gated elevators that make me ...
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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.