The Prado (meadow) is an important place in the life of Uruguayans, very visited at the weekends by entire families with children eager to have fun .
Also the people can see beautiful landscapes at this place as well as at the rest of the park.
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The Prado , as we have mentioned in the previous issues, has a very extensive land , forming a large forest, but still has many places where you can only find green grass. It is in these places where you can find kids and adults playing ball, especially football that is the main sport in Uruguay. Also as shown in the photographs, there are activities for the younger children such as pony rides (small horses), there are a group of "Ponys" in the meadow especially in the playground waiting for the children. You pay a ticket for a ride on pony that goes a long way in the meadow,the family doesn't waste a second without take pictures of their children on the pony and walk them happy.
As you saw, we can also find to Spider-Man at the meadow, YES! the hero of children at the park! . It's very common to find "Spider-Man" in the parks of Montevideo, children can take pictures with him that are printed at the same time and also if they want, spider-man will paint a spider on the face or hand of them.
When we arrived at the playground we find swings for adults and children, slide, etc..
Near the lake there are other games such as a carousel.
There are two major fast food places, plus vendors. There you can buy mainly "Churros", and also other meals that aren't too developed.
One of these is next to the lake while the other is next to the street near the swings (rocking chair).
At the futures issues we'll talk more about the meadow ("Prado") and we'll bring a full report about "the Rosedal" a garden of roses (rose garden).
We invite everyone to visit the meadow ("El Prado") in its entirety and not miss our full reports of photographs.
To see more landscapes of the "prado" park in Montevideo Uruguay do click at this link: Landscape
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John. Uruguay Photography