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j91's Port Reviews of Buenos Aires, Montevideo
Splendour of the Seas cruise in March 2013
Member Name: j91
Cruise Date: March 2013
Embarkation: other
Destination: South America & Antarctica
Member Review: j91's Splendour of the Seas Review
Buenos Aires
Port Rating: Not Rated
On the first day we stayed on the boat into the evening took the night tour to the Tango Show offered. The show was awesome, however, the food included was near inedible. We were very disappointed in the "Tourist Trap" type cuisine, but very happy with the show.

On the second day, we took the city tour. It visited Eva Perone's grave, which was very interesting, lots of local building and markets, etc. We had a great time, but, having learned, we skipped the lunch included and found our own place. We had a great lunch at a real Argentinian steak place which had the best buffet I've ever had and all the meat you could eat (and brick oven pizzas)

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Montevideo
Port Rating: Not Rated
We again, chose the city tour. This tour was quick, as they do not dock for long. We saw some interesting things, but the best was not in the tour. When you get off the bus at the pier they have a "Port Market" with tons of meat restaurants. We chose one and had the best mean that we had had on the whole trip. It was a true local experience and less than 2 minute walk from the ship.

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