Day Trip to the Capital Early in the morning, we went to the old town of MONTEVIDEO, which, like Buenos Aires, preserves the ancient colonial buildings. It may be because of living in Buenos Aires for too long, I always feel that I am a little bit tired of aesthetics, so I just took some photos to see. The landmark buildings and arches of Independence Square. This is the sign of the beginning of the old town. Similar to Buenos Aires' Florida Commercial Pedestrian Street, the Old Town Central Plaza, the National Bank of Uruguay, the Central Market of the Customs House of Uruguay. Now this is the place to eat in a famous restaurant. Similar to the Central Market in Santiago, Chile. Since Montevideo is a port city, seafood is indispensable here. A typical Latin American style small vegetable stall. I like this color style very much.