Montevideo, the capital and largest city of Uruguay, is set along the Rio de la Plata, across from Argentina. Thanks to its harbour, the city has one of the most important ports in the American continent.
From the Montevideo Travel Guide
Nice place for sleeping and staying, breakfast is not so good but it seems to be normal in Uruguay and Argentina, is good idea to get wine and beer an enjoy the amazing terrace. ... more
Lovely place. The staff were accommodating and very willing to help. The location is very convenient for all amenities. I would happily stay there again should I visit the city. ... more
As a lone mature woman I was greeted like a long lost friend. Eduardo creates a friendly warm, welcoming atmosphere. Once you get your bearings of the area it is fairly easy to get around and walk into the city centre (50 mins) or take the local bus @ 17 pesos currently one way. ... more
The last few days at sea have been relaxing. We are enjoying the spa pools and we finally got some WARM sun, so spent time in the main pool hot tub. We finally have the start of a good tan. Today we were in Montevideo – Uruguay. We must admit that we did not know alot about this country or area prior ...
Posted in Falking Off by winmouse
Apparently I didn’t book tickets for the connection to Montevideo – only Colonia. After a few (a lot) moments’ panic, we found ourselves in another bus terminal waiting for a bus to Montevideo ...
Posted in Trippin' by alexis.johnson