• Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Old City of Montevideo

    Already a favorite destination for vacationers from neighboring Argentina and Brazil, Uruguay's 400 miles of coastline offer serene and sunny beaches and culturally rich colonial cities. Photographer Raymond Patrick visited Montevideo and Punta del Este for the Winter 2007-2008 issue of Sherman's Travel magazine.

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    Uruguay - Teatro Solis, Montevideo

    The Greek style Teatro Solis opened in 1856 and is the cultural hub of Montevideo today. Visitors can enjoy a variety of performances including opera and plays.

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    Uruguay - Barb's Barbershop, Montevideo

    Old City charms: Have a cocktail before your haircut at Barb’s, a barbershop just off Calle Sarandi in Montevideo's Ciudad Vieja.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Mercado del Puerto, Montevideo

    Home to a variety of restaurants, shops and bars, the lively Mercado del Puerto, Montevideo's port market, is an ideal choice for dinner or a snack.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Mercado del Puerto, Montevideo

    Waiters enjoying some down time at the Mercado del Puerto.

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    Uruguay - Calle Sarandi, Montevideo

    Treasures from both vendors and boutiques can be found along the pedestrian street of Calle Sarandi, in Montevideo.

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    Uruguay - NH Columbia Hotel, Montevideo

    Bold colors and graphic lines greet guests in the lobby of Montevideo's modern NH Columbia Hotel.

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    Uruguay - Baltasar, Montevideo

    Baltasar restaurant, a neighborhood favorite in Montevideo's posh residential area of Carrasco, boasts a flavorful menu of fresh seafood and sushi.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Café Brasilero, Montevideo

    Time seems to stand still in the classic Café Brasilero, in Montevideo's Old City.

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    Uruguay - Casapueblo, set in the cliffs along Punta Ballena

    Casapueblo, built into the cliffs along Punta Ballena, in Punta del Este, is the heavenly creation of artist Carlos Páez Vilaró. In addition to being his home, this architectural wonder serves as a 70 room hotel.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Club Hotel Casapueblo, Punta del Este

    A light, airy guest room at the Club Hotel Casapueblo.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Punta del Este

    In Punta del Este, it’s beach by day, cocktails and dancing by night. Here, surfers gear up near Playa Chiverta.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - Fez Casa, Punta del Este

    Home furnishings on display at Fez Casa, a shop in Punta del Este.

  • Raymond Patrick

    Uruguay - José Ignacio, Punta del Este

    The beach town of José Ignacio, a favorite of Punta del Este regulars, is a quiet and relaxed spot.

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