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Uruguayan Vineyards Part 1

Have you been to Uruguay? Maybe Montevideo should be a wine vacation destination? This is Part 1 of a two part post on Uruguayan vineyards. Part 2 can be found here. Uruguay is a hidden gem in the world of wine, and while it may not be as famous as some of its South American neighbors like Argentina and Chile, it has a growing wine industry with some intriguing lesser-known aspects: Tannat is Uruguay’s flagship grape variety and is often referred to as the “national grape.” This red wine grape produces wines known for their bold and robust character. Uruguay’s Tannat wines are distinct from those made in other regions, featuring softer tannins and a more approachable style than their French counterparts.

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Attractions – Uruguay Colonia del Sacramento

Have you been to Uruguay? Maybe Montevideo should be a vacation destination? Montevideo is not only the capital but also the oldest city in Uruguay, founded in 1724 by Bruno Mauricio de Zabala. With over 1.3 million residents, Montevideo is not only the largest city in Uruguay but also home to approximately one-third of the

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Attractions: Uruguay Punta del Este Day Trip from Montevideo

Have you been to Uruguay? Maybe Montevideo should be a vacation destination? Montevideo is famous for its extensive coastal promenade known as “La Rambla.” Stretching over 13 miles, it’s one of the longest waterfront promenades in the world, perfect for walking, jogging, or cycling.

Punta del Este is often referred to as the “St. Tropez of South America” and is unique in that it’s situated on a narrow peninsula where the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Río de la Plata meet. This creates a fascinating phenomenon where you can see the different colors and temperatures of the two bodies of water blending. There are many thing to see in Punta del Este including Casapueblo.

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Valparaiso Chile Attractions

We decided on a full day tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso. We booked the tour through Viator and were picked up at our Santiago hotel, the Hyatt Centric Los Condes and greeted by a great English speaking guide, Carol, and her driver.

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Yugoslavia – History

Depending on how old you are, you will likely remember Yugoslavia. It does not exist today, but the locals clearly remember it. You can’t visit Yugoslavia today, but you can visit the countries that were part of it at one time. Yugoslavia is a term that means “land of the South Slavs.”

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Vina del Mar Chile Attractions

We decided on a full day tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso. We booked the tour through Viator and were picked up at our Santiago hotel, the Hyatt Centric Los Condes and greeted by a great English speaking guide, Carol, and her driver.

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Madeline and Paul, Ushuaia, Argentina

Antarctica, Day 15: Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego and Home

We’re traveling Antarctica on Silversea Cruises. Today, we sailed into Ushuaia, visited Tierra del Fuego, and then headed home. Here’s how our day went.

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Cormorants, Ice and Mountains, Melchior Islands, Antarctica

Antarctica, Day 5: González Videla Station and Melchior Islands

We’re traveling Antarctica on Silversea Cruises. Today, we visited González Videla Station and the Melchior Islands. Here’s how our trip has gone so far.

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Antarctica, Day 0: Dallas to Santiago

We’re on our trip to Antarctica on Silversea Cruises. Today, we made it from Dallas to Santiago, Chile. Here’s how our trip has gone so far.

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Fountain, Giordano's Pizza, Chicago, Illinois

Chicago 2018: Restaurants

Here are reviews of some of the restaurants we ate at during our September 2018 Chicago trip. Chicago is one of the best food cities in the world.

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Shark Bait, Powerboat Adventures, The Exumas, The Bahamas

Traveling to the Bahamas: Tours and Attractions

Here is some information about the tours and attractions we did while in The Bahamas. One worked out great; one not so great. That’s traveling!

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Leffe Beer and Taps, Le Cafe Ardennais, Dinant, Belgium

Dinant, Belgium: Restaurants

Dinant is the birthplace of Leffe beer and Adolph Sax. We visited long enough to stop at a restaurant to try the beer. Here’s our review.

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We're Madeline and Paul and have traveled all seven continents.

This blog is not just about travel—it’s about traveling as you get older. There are many names for it these days: mature travel, boomer travel, senior travel. Perhaps you are traveling with a mobility issue or other disability. Ultimately, though, travel is about experiencing, learning and fun. So anyone of any age can enjoy our adventures!

Madeline Showing Respect, Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Bawshar Masqat, Oman

Where We've Been

As Johnny Cash would say: We've been everywhere, man!

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