Travel Blogs from Montevideo, Uruguay

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C'mon...number 2's!!!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

C'mon...number 2's!!!

A travel blog entry by povoandrach


The second part of our Uruguay trip was to the capital, Montivideo, about 2.5 hours bus journey from Colonia. We only had 1 day/night here and whilst there were some interesting plazas and buildings (especially the c19th century British railway station ...

Rain... (Day 23), Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Rain... (Day 23)

A travel blog entry by bdfro


We awoke to another overcast and windy day but were hopeful that as we headed north to Montevideo the weather would improve. Breakfast was our spoils from the grocery store the day before - bananas, strawberries and some small pastries. Medialunas, or ...

You're a Guay., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

You're a Guay.

A travel blog entry by adamandray


... stamps, for exiting argy, entering uruguary, and then re entering Argy. Conclusions are; 1.       Montevideo – rubbish 2.       Colonia – ace but only worth staying for one dy ...

Montevideo...., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog


A travel blog entry by lockira


... seat, red wine and movies) we arrived back in Buenos Aires and headed off to the port to get a ferry and another bus to Montevideo for a couple of nights. We were hoping to get a stamp for Uraguay but apparently they don't bother when on the ferries and ...

Made it, Montevideo , Uruguay travel blog

Made it

A travel blog entry by recycledhippies


We are in Montevideo Some pics View from balcony in Cusco View from hotel in Montevideo Laundry in ...

Hurrah! I'm in Forlan country!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Hurrah! I'm in Forlan country!

A travel blog entry by stenderloin


... warning stories.   After leaving a tip, we departed where the streets were as quiet as ever. When people refer to Montevideo as ‘sleepy’, they are not kidding! Walking back through deserted and dark streets was a worry but there was no ...

Lazy days..., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Lazy days...

A travel blog entry by stones_luce


... after travelling as much as we have. It was nice to not have to worry about our safety too much. Montevideo is the capital city of Uruguay, with a population of around 1.5 million (around 40% of Uruguay’s total population). It was a stark contrast ...

Brazil continues on into Uruguay..., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Brazil continues on into Uruguay...

A travel blog entry by avv78


... of a European feel from most parts we had seen in Brazil. Unfortunately, the grey skies that greeted us the whole time in Montevideo didn't allow us to appreciate any beauty it may have had and basically had us chomping at the bit to get over the water ...

Hacia el rio de la plata...., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Hacia el rio de la plata....

A travel blog entry by ladypau


... lluvia, mucha lluvia. Aqui en Uruguay, no me cruce ni con carrozas, ni espuma ni comparsas. Solamente el silencio de Salto y Montevideo en sus dias feriados. Pero con o sin carnaval el viaje sigue viento en popa. Quizas no tan excitante como navegar ...

Day 1: Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Day 1: Montevideo

A travel blog entry by cintia_rabello


... e termos ido dormir quase ás 4 da manhã, acordamos cedo,  pois não tínhamos muito tempo para conhecer a capital do Uruguay, apenas 1 dia e meio segundo o roteiro inicial. Ficamos no Hostel El Viajero Ciudad Vieja, bem no centro da parte antiga de ...

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