Travel Blogs from Montevideo, Uruguay

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Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by amydavid

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... up with Alfonso my long lost mate from Peru who helped me out with the Police and what not when my bag was stolen. Uruguay and Montevideo are his stopping ground. We stayed with his family who own farms and a clothing line. So the family is half half. ...

Be careful where you tread....., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Be careful where you tread.....

A travel blog entry by andyryder

7

... means mount, VI are the roman numerals for 6 (the number of hills), "DEO" means from East to West, giving you Montevideo. So I suppose the English translation should be Six Hillsview. Its full of Art Deco buildings, has a 24km coastline ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by dlaunay

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The one in L'Auberge Espagnole, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

The one in L'Auberge Espagnole

A travel blog entry by alycat09

... , i gave this blog a better title. In Uruguay for the long weekend. having fun. spent yesterday and the night in Colonia where the ferry got in. we took a bus to Montevideo this morning and will leave early monday morning. More to follow Besos ...

Montevideo - capital of Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo - capital of Uruguay

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella

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So we were taking the 3 hour bus to Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, on the way from Colonia, we passed through countryside and absolutely no towns, maybe some small little farming communities on the way, but hardly anything. Just lots of farms, ...

Beef and beaches, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Beef and beaches

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

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It is not far as the crow flies from Buenos Aires to Montevideo, they face each other across the River Plate, but to drive north to Uruguay you have to travel east until you can find a bridging point and the border. There is a huge bridge joining the two ...

Ferries, buses, taxis, buses buses buses, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Ferries, buses, taxis, buses buses buses

A travel blog entry by nikstravel2010

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... were easily bribed. this was a massive highlight of our trip and i cant recommend more that anyone who goes to uruguay takes one day to just stop in montevideo, have a look around and go to the meat market for lunch. its crazy. mind you, there is not ...

Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by alisoncuddy

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... rain had found us again but somehow at sunset the clouds parted and we had a beautiful sunset. After Colonia we took a bus to Montevideo.  Again with the rains, I wasnīt too motivated to get out and see the sights.  We stayed in the middle of ...

Day 88 - Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Day 88 - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by oldhamguy

... Monday 30th March - Uruguay   Ismael was at work again all day and then at classes till 10pm so I had to amuse myself in Montevideo alone. Got up at 6am and had breakfast at about 7am then Ismael headed off to work at about 8am.   I went to ...

Luxury in Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Luxury in Montevideo

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... silver pieces. Many of the colonial buildings were very decorative which was lovely but most were crumbling and run down which was a shame. Montevideo isn't the poorest city but it is not well looked after. We could see the sea so we thought if we walked ...

Montevideo killed the radio star!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo killed the radio star!

A travel blog entry by skintsaint

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We took the three hour coach journey from Colonia upto the centre of Montevideo, was a good chance to see the countryside of Uruguay, although the heavy rain storms didn't exactly give it a good look! We arrived on time and caught a taxi to our hotel ...

Montewhere, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montewhere

A travel blog entry by kevinwalls

4

05-11-26 Today I crossed the border into Montevideo, the capital city in Uruguay. Another overnight bus journey. It's a nasty little one, as it only lasts about 6 hours, and smack bang in the middle of it they wake you up to go through your luggage ...

and its true that the water spins the other way, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

and its true that the water spins the other way

A travel blog entry by tjanus

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hola hombres, here is tomek broadcasting from montevideo - home of chicas bellissimas, brown ocean waves (ondas), old american cars, scooters and not working shift buttons. so i have finally arrived and got the luggage through the customs. even the ...

Isnīt Montevideo a lovely place??, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Isnīt Montevideo a lovely place??

A travel blog entry by greesq

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... up to the north west of Argentina from Montevideo to help with the huge amount of miles we had to do to get to Peru. Uruguay and Montevideo appears to be a sleepier place than Buenos Aires, it is said in the books that they are much more laid back ...

Arrival, Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Arrival, Montevideo

A travel blog entry by astralcars

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... planned. We got up, packed, and made it to the bus station with lots of time. It was an uneventful 2.5 hour bus ride to montevideo. So far, there is not much of interest. The restaurant we ate in was nice and inexpensive, but aside from that not much ...

Uruguay, I'm a machine., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay, I'm a machine.

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred

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... to Alexandra, and got to talking about our trip to here. She seemed unhappy we were spending so little time in Uruguay, only staying in Montevideo two nights and one in Colonia de sacramento before moving on to Argentina. "Why not see more?" she asked ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by leprefrog

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Last day of our trip. We visited Montevideo. It is small enough, therefore we managed to do it within a day. We took the last ferry back to BA. Unfortunately, we threw away the visa papers. Nobody told us when we took the ferry in BA that the visa stamp ...

A  foodies foray into Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

A foodies foray into Uruguay

A travel blog entry by tomtranter

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... cup twice even more impressive) so the next day we travelled half way across it in 3 hours to visit our friend in the capital, Montevideo. It was a Tuesday and she was working so we explored the town until 5 by ourselves. Our first stop was La Mercado del ...

Mixed Review of the Sixth Hill to the West, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Mixed Review of the Sixth Hill to the West

A travel blog entry by riversbeyond

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... main neighborhoods in the city.  The parks are often enhanced with beautiful sculpture, including these two examples. Montevideo also has two very nice residential neighborhoods, Pocito and Carrasco.  Both of these neighborhoods were once ...

Nachricht aus einem unbekannten Land, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Nachricht aus einem unbekannten Land

A travel blog entry by susifrank

... mich dort v.a. das Warenangebot. Scheint schon BA im Windschatten der Globalisierung zu liegen, so trifft dies auf Montevideo noch mehr zu. Gewisses DDR-Feeling machte sich breit.....Die abends wie ausgestorbenen Strassen hoben auch nicht gerade den ...

Mar 21, 2011, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Mar 21, 2011

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia

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Slow return, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Slow return

A travel blog entry by tjanus

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Itīs the last day of my travel today. The only thing to do now is to pack up, go shopping and get a taxi to the airport. I still have to pick up my laundry which I havenīt picked up for the last 2 days. The bikes are safe at the OceanLinkīs warehouse ...

Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl

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We also did an excursion in Montevideo. It was a 5-hour city tour. We learned a little about Uruguay, and the guide was really funny. Part of the tour was taking a half hour ride on an old steam train. The train looked really old and cool inside. As we ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by zoeclares

... ' in my sweet Buenos Aires! Yesterday was a somewhat exhausting day, leaving Colonia in the early hours and catching the bus to Montevideo, Uraguayīs capital. As we arrived it quickly became apparent that a Sunday was not the best day to visit and the ...

Football crazy!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Football crazy!

A travel blog entry by littlemisbakpak

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... a one word name, answers on a postcard please as I have not had a chance to investigate this further. In Montevideo we were on a mission to go to the Uruguay vs Paraguay world cup qualifying game taking place on the day of our arrival. Anna is not a ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by mickandsarah

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... time in Santa Fe for the rugby match, we really needed to chill out for a while. Our plan was to go directly to Uruguay and Montevideo and then onto a beach resort. However, our plans were scuppered when we went to the bus station in Santa Fe. ...

U are gay. (Uruguay), Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

U are gay. (Uruguay)

A travel blog entry by conlou

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... ;Louīs best football analysis lads!  After sore hands and lost voices we ventured round the town again.  All in all Montevideo is worth the visit for the laid back people and the city itself is really nice.  Out for another muther trucker ...

Cassinos in South America, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Cassinos in South America

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by salsals

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Arrived in Uruguay and after a bit of initially confusion with the exchange rate, (we thought it was 13 pesos to a pound so got a bit of a shock when they said the hostel would be 250 a night! Its actually 50 pesos to a pound) we went to get some money ...

manca poco..., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

manca poco...

A travel blog entry by stefi.usa

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Montevideo, capitale dell'Uruguay, 2 ore e 30 di bus da Colonia. Mi han detto che assomigliava in piccolo a Buenos Aires, ma... non me par! Non e' una citta' bellissima devo dirvi; siamo arrivati e siamo andati a vedere la "vista" sulla baia, e che ...

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