Advantages Really nice museums to keep you engaged with the city
Disadvantages The constant meat you are meant to eat
This review is about my trip to Uruguay in January 2008.About Uruguay
The country has only got 3.5 million people who live there and that is all so overall the country is rather tiny in population size.
The country has a Presidential government and the most popular language is Spanish.
The capital city is Montevideo and it is also the most populated as well with over 1.5 million people living there.
I had to get a flight to Buenos Aires in Argentina and then have a flight from there to Montevideo and it was a flight which took 20 hours to complete but it was a nice journey on route with top service on the plane.
With Montevideo there time is 3 hours behind us so overall there is not a big difference and it makes it easier to adapt when you arrive. You have to make sure that you have converted your pounds in to Peso which is their currency and I had some trouble finding the right place to do this.
I walked to the hotel and I was given the keys to the room and I have to say the hotel was completely different to what you might experience in the UK. For example they have a fridge there with meat inside and I mean sausages of all varieties and you have a small cooking area if you wish to do some sort of cooking and it was weird because you would never expect this. I had a television but sadly all channels were in Spanish and I knew basic Spanish but not consistently enough to be able to withstand the programmes I was watching.After I ventured to the hotel and found out what the area was like I went off for a walk to see the place for myself.
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