Travel Blogs from Montevideo, Uruguay

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A tale of a bulldog with bitter-sweet eyes, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

A tale of a bulldog with bitter-sweet eyes

A travel blog entry by cariverga

Лучше всего было на крыше. --- Монтевидео ...

The long road home...., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

The long road home....

A travel blog entry by lyoon1971

... be a long one. I started out in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil yesterday. Due to weather, I had to spend the night in Montevideo, Uruguay. Then a ferry to Buenos Aires, Argentina this morning and hopped on a plane to Santiago, Chile. Tonight I board a ...

Candombe-parade i Montevideo! Carnaval!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Candombe-parade i Montevideo! Carnaval!

A travel blog entry by tage


... filmkanaler og super service virkelig til sin rett! Vi brukte helgen på å bli friske, og satte så kursen til siste stopp i Uruguay. Bussturen til Calonia de Sacramento gikk langs kysten, og tok to og en halv time. Herfra er det båt rett over til ...

scary rides dont necessarily need to be huge, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

scary rides dont necessarily need to be huge

A travel blog entry by leoc1968

El Parque Rodo.... We finally took the kids to Uruguay's version of a theme park, only no entry fee, rides are quite tame and no crowds. Its actually more like a carnival but its so much fun. We of course headed to the Mambo ride which is kind of a ...

Karneval, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog


A travel blog entry by ellece


Lørdag ble vi invitert til en fest. Det viste seg å være pengeinnsamling til karneval som er i februar. Vi betalte for inngang, også solgte de ulike drikkevarer og mat. Veldig artig konsept som foregikk i en idrettshall.. Ulike ...

Parilla Heaven!!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Parilla Heaven!!

A travel blog entry by averyandkeith


... , to head to the bus terminal.  We would have loved to stay longer in Montevideo, but again--we'll be back! And, we were headed to another beach, so how could we really complain :) Here are some pics from our (short) time in Montevideo, ...

Wind and a nice city, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Wind and a nice city

A travel blog entry by kylajo


... for K&K and Aaron. Did a warm, long promenade. Lunch outside for the first time in ages. Watched approach to Montevideo. Flat city, many skyscrapers stretched over large area. Population about 1.8 million -- about half the country. It had been very ...

The last lap to Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

The last lap to Montevideo

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


... out to go through the rice country.  The road winds through the hills of Lavalleja, and then becomes a four lane highway into Montevideo.   My father used to love touring this area on his motor bike and then with us in the car.  I learned ...

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 ...

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