|Nuestra Senora de Carmen church|
I am staying at a small hotel called the "Art Hotel Deco."
|My room. MUCH bigger than my room in La Paloma|
|One of the multiple sitting rooms on the property|
The fresh fruit left in my room for a late night snack is a nice touch,
Anyway, this morning is to be dedicated to a walk around the downtown of Salto.
|Plaza Treinta y Tres|
|Nuestra Senora de Carmen (only this time shot from farther back)|
|I posed for this shot hoping (why I don''t know) that the church bell towers would look like devil horns|
|Government buildings on the other side of Plaza Treinta y Tres, directly across from Nuetra Senora de Carmen|
|Plazoleta Roosevelt. Not sure if it's Teddy or Franklin Delano.|
|Stray dogs congregating in Plazoleta Roosevelt|
|Museo Historico del Rio Uruguay sign|
|Museo Historic del Rio Uruguay|
|Exiting the Museo Historico del Rio Uruguay|
|On the Antiguo Muelle Ferroviario|
|Looking into the Argentine and singing Elvis Costello:|
"The transparent people who live on the other side /
Living a life that is almost like suicde"
Don't know why Argentina makes me think that thought
Wandering back into town I find Jesus.
|A big Jesus inside a barrel-looking ring|
|Translation: National Headquarters of the Revival|
I saw on the map that there were some nice viewpoints of the river further downstream. It turns out the walk to the river was nicer than the view.
|Tree-lined walking paths are always a good thing|
|Store near my hotel|
|The streets of Salto|
And here I am:
|Heroic style statue with Artigas on board a horse|
|Catedal San Juan Bautista|