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The Primus Museum - Uruguay

Discussion in 'Stove Paraffinalia' started by Spiritburner, Oct 11, 2008.

  1. Spiritburner

    Spiritburner United Kingdom Admin Subscriber

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    I want to go!!

    This fantastic museum & restaurant belongs to CCS member Aldo S. Mazzoni Rivas of Montevideo - Uruguay

    This looks like the absolute best place for a romantic date! ;)

    So who's going to be first to post a review!

    Visit website & turn on your speakers.

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    It is clearly the best Restaurant in the world . . . .I have no idea what the food is like ;)
     
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    Great site, great music, "Scent of a woman" whoo ha
     
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    Ross, can't you open a 'Tea Shop' at your place?? :D :D
     
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    Of course not Trevor :roll:

    It would have to be Ye Olde Tea Shoppe - :roll: Honestly :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Funny how whenever you visit an "Olde Tea Shoppe" that the prices always seem to be significanly more modern than a greasy spoon two doors down the road.......
     
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    Thor :lol: Excellent links .
    What a super place .. I;d be far too excited to eat :roll: Give me several stiff ones & then ill have a Scotch & think about food :?

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    Who's up for a road trip?
     
  10. DAVE GIBSON United States

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    Great--has anyone thought about contacting that guy lighting the stove from more info??
     
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    Aldo contributed a few stove pics to the old site. They have off course been migrated onto the new site - do a search for Aldo Mazzoni Rivas.

    I think I know where some of that framed material on the walls came from! ;)

    Certainly wish it was closer to home - maybe one day!
     
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    Aldo's picture from the old Collectors page on CCSv2

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  13. Javerjayal Uruguay

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    It is a fantastic place I live in Montevideo and is named Primus Museum
     
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    Just had a look at his web site, awesome , could not read the language but it didn't matter. A pity it's so far away, seems a great place to eat.

    Cheers
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  15. Javerjayal Uruguay

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    You tell her that has a primus and going for them in any remote part of the world
     
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    Hola tuve la suerte de conocer prumuseum, es una maravilla, una capsula del tiempo donde las estufas y lamparas están en muy buenas condiciones y con sus accesorios. no dan ganas de comer, solo mirar y mirar diferentes modelos de muchas marcas. Felicitaciones Aldo
     
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    Hi I was lucky to meet prumuseum, it is a wonder, a time capsule where stoves and lamps are in very good condition and with accessories. not feel like eating, just look and look different models of many brands. Congratulations Aldo

    Ben
     
  18. shueilung.2008 Uruguay

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    Gracias, @Odin , es un orgullo tener algo como Primuseum en un pequeño representante del mundo como es Uruguay.
    Enrique
    Thanks @Odin , it's a honour to have something like Primuseum in so a little exponent of this world as is Uruguay
     

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