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Montevideo, Uruguay

Fifth stop on my dream trip around the world

After leaving the astonishing country of Chile, I am now ready visit Montevideo the Capital of Uruguay. The airport is busy yet nice looking, once I leave the airport I intend to go to the Alma Historica Boutique Hotel which is located in the Ciudad Vieja area of the city and is by the water in a prime location for things to see. While in Montevideo I intend on doing some sight seeing and go check out the beach, I've heard from a friend that it's very nice there. Although i am very excited i am also very tired from all the flying that I have been doing between the various countries i have visited, the flight from Santiago to Montevideo spanned 1665km and will take approximately two hours. Flight cost, $240

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For my first day in Montevideo I have chosen to do some sightseeing and visit various locations to take pictures one place in particular that stood out to me was Rambla de Montevideo. After doing some research I have decided that I am going to relax and spend the morning at my hotels pool and then go and have lunch at a local restaurant, after lunch I will take a taxi over to Rambla de Montevideo, take some photos and then after that I am just going to take a walk around town and stop by some local shops and check out what they are selling. I am looking forward to spending some time at the beach tomorrow and doing some more sightseeing.

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For my last day in Uruguay I have chosen to spend my first half of the day at the beach since I do love going to beaches so much. Now that I am at the beach I think I am going to stay until around 6pm and then go and have dinner somewhere traditional. I have chosen to go to Chacra del Puerto, the food there is very good and the service is friendly. Now that I am done eating I am going to head back to my hotel and get a good nights rest for my flight to Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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Posted by Adam46 05:30 Archived in Uruguay

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