Category Archives: Uruguay

Last Look

San Pedro de Timote is a good place to find peace and relaxation. The food was good, but the desserts were great. Leonardo and Brian, two of the waiters in San Pedro‚Äôs restaurant, were very helpful. We quickly learned to … Continue reading

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Getting Into The Gaucho Groove

We came to San Pedro for horseback riding and relaxation. We found both. Beto took us and one other guest on a very nice ride in the surrounding area. We saw several herds of horses and some cattle. Here at … Continue reading

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San Pedro de Timote

We drove 2 1/2 hours north of Montevideo into the Florida region of Uruguay. When it looked like we were in the middle of nowhere, we a saw sign with an arrow, and drove another 14 km on dirt roads … Continue reading

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Uruguay, first impression.

The nonstop flight from Miami to Montevideo landed around 0945 am. It was nearly a nine hour flight. On the drive from the airport to the old town district, we followed the coastline south. Most of the waterfront appeared to … Continue reading

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