Travel Blogs from Montevideo, Uruguay

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Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by allisonakemi

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... ... it was in style!  :)  I took a boat directly from Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay where I connected with a bus straight to Montevideo.  The entire journey including immigration took under 7 hours.  The immigration was all done ...

Montevideo po kulinarske strance, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo po kulinarske strance

A travel blog entry by koutinka

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tak prohlidka mesta pockala na dnesek. couraly jsme tady s jednou americankou a bavily se anglicky, coz mistni prekvapive poznaj a poznala sem, co je to za tezkej zivotni udel byt americanem, ktery nikdo na svete nema rad... nicmene prekvapive ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

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... Aires to Montevideo on Sunday. The ferry ride across the Rio de la Plata was about 2 hours. The second I stepped out into Montevideo, I knew that I would love it and regretted not having more time here. It is a beautiful city with a great historic feel. ...

Was tun wir hier eigentlich?!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Was tun wir hier eigentlich?!

A travel blog entry by doscompletos

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... wussten wir ueber Uruguay so gut wie garnichts. Man hat uns gesagt, dass es schoene Straende gibt. Und, dass Montevideo ein huebsches Staedtchen ist, in dem man an jeder Strassenecke in einen Hundehaufen latscht... Ohne irgendwelche Erwartungen haben wir ...

Hasta luego Brasil, Bienvenidos a Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Hasta luego Brasil, Bienvenidos a Uruguay

A travel blog entry by chrishodson

Hola! We have now waved goodbye to Brasil, and have arrived in Montevideo, Uruguay. The city seems pretty nice, we are staying in La Ciudad Vieja, which is the old part of the town, with lots of nice colonial buildings, and actually has a very european ...

Six Days in Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Six Days in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by sashadasha

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... is the most boring part of South America. Nothing is further from the truth. Once we arrived in Colonia and Montevideo we realized Uruguay was a fully developed country. As our bus approached the city centre, we were amazed to see many people walking ...

asdf, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

asdf

A travel blog entry by southwickchris

will write stuff soon...promise..i´m fine, but freezing...its in the ...

Uruguayans grill and eat otters!!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguayans grill and eat otters!!

A travel blog entry by ivoandannemieke

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After 20 odd hours in the bus we arrived in Montevideo, Uruguay. As I have only 1 Uruguyan friend to go by, who is basically obsessed with nice cuts of prime beef, lamb cutlets and the best sausages money can buy in London's upmarket ...

Mi bolsa fue robado... pelotuditos, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Mi bolsa fue robado... pelotuditos

A travel blog entry by vickicooper

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... a blonde-haired, blue-eyed, red-faced girl chased three teenage boys whilst shouting at the top of her voice; thanks for nothing Montevideo. I found a police station and managed to get a report from them so that I can at least make a claim on my ...

ancora capitale, ma piu' piccolina, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

ancora capitale, ma piu' piccolina

A travel blog entry by mowgli

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Spostandosi da Buenos Aires, che ha tutte le dimensioni mastodontiche tipiche del sudamerica, a Montevideo sembra di finire in una piccola citta' di provincia... e invece e' ancora una capitale!! L'uruguay e uno sputino di terra ch si trova in mezzo ai ...

Day 92 - Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Day 92 - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by oldhamguy

Day 92 Friday 3rd April - Uruguay   Spent the day trying to catch a bit of sun on the roof terrace.  Even broke the law of the land and sunbathed past 12pm lol. Still don't feel very brown though but maybe that's cos the factor 30 is keeping ...

Monte-Video Games, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Monte-Video Games

A travel blog entry by fishyfive5

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... their minds.  The clouds and the sun took turns every few hours during the entire week.   Today in Montevideo the leaves practically stretched themselves out of their cellulose coats.  The sun was everywhere and I was loving ...

Uruguay is expensive!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay is expensive!

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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We started our day pretty late due to the late night we had last night, but had a generic plan of what we wanted to do. This involved heading to the plaza de independencia in the center of town and hen heading to the port and the old town. The walk to ...

And so my little Zebra took me back home safely, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

And so my little Zebra took me back home safely

A travel blog entry by tjanus

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Yo this is Tomek, the Afganistani mechanic afro zebra rider from Poland broadcasting from Pocitos hostel in Montevideo. The Zebra has brought me here safely and she's still in sound health. I came here around 2 PM after covering the last 150 kms of the ...

Walking around Uruguay´s capital, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Walking around Uruguay´s capital

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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... I´m waiting around a bit to get in touch with my CS host and go home and relax!  Saturday I´m thinking of visiting Colonia, and taking the "Buquebus" ferry to Buenos Aires. Next couple of days in Montevideo and/or the surrounding area. ...

Uruguay in 48 hours!, Montevideo and Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay in 48 hours!

A travel blog entry by timeofourlives

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We caught the ferry from Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina) and after 3 hours we were in Montevideo (capital of Uruguay). It was evening before we arrived and we were soon dragged into a little Italian restaurant by an over-enthusiastic waiter, even the ...

URUGUAY, COLONIA  AND MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay travel blog

URUGUAY

A travel blog entry by nealandjune

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... planning to visit Punta Del Este, in 4 days time, we bought our return tickets there and then. Our hotel was situated in downtown Montevideo which was too far to walk from here. Buses into town did not run from this terminal so we decided to get a taxi ...

Check the times!!!, Colonia, Uruguay travel blog

Check the times!!!

A travel blog entry by wardonkey

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If you ever go to this country, first make sure you know the local time so that if you do need to catch a ferry back, it doesn't leave 30 mins BEFORE you arrive! We did laugh eventually. Karma plays funny things very quick in this ...

Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by countryroads

... had to leave at 2.30pm. We spent a few hours strolling around in the hot sunshine, taking photos of the major landmarks. Montevideo is a pretty and relaxed city with lots of green plazas. It didn´t seem too different from the other Latin-American cities ...

Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by carrrrin

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... PY. 2. Apparently a lot of Canadians. 3. Argentinians because they live so close. We had a good first couple nights in Montevideo, including a trip to an Irish Pub where I drank a Nut Brown.  Delicious.  And my first since leaving the ...

Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by oldnavigator

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... a very dirty city with piles of garbage everywhere; Buenos Aires was much cleaner but dirty in comparison to cities in Canada; and Montevideo was a spotless South American oasis.    We were accosted by a gentleman from the US of A and invited ...

Country number 2!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Country number 2!

A travel blog entry by crizzley

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... 3 until people were heading to a club. Of course I was falling asleep by then! We´re just about to catch a bus to Montevideo and stay there for a couple of nights before going back to Argentina to head South. Gonna stop in Bahia Blanca en route to ...

Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by epijuarez

... area of town and you do get beggers coming up to you quite a lot, but you seem to get this all over the city anyway. Montevideo is actually a really nice capital city. It is VERY laid back and you would never know that you were in a capital city, but ...

My day with Vanessa, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

My day with Vanessa

A travel blog entry by merkdog4

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... ; I guess this is better than her other alternative which is not going to Montevideo at at.  BTW, Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay.  I have a bilingual dictionary which is quite helpful and which will be used extensively throughout the ...

Prison break, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Prison break

A travel blog entry by mcgoniglejp

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After a 2 1/2 hour bus ride we arrived in Montevideo - Uruguay´s capital.  First impressions looked pretty good.  A complete world away from Colonia.  Staying in Hotel Iguasu.  Walked around the city to see the sights.  Went ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by darrenlotta

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All Quiet In Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

All Quiet In Montevideo

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... until everyone moves out of the way in order to get that “special” shot of the statue or the building. Montevideo in effect has become a hollow shell being kept alive by the street cleaners,hotel and restaurant staff who go about their work ...

Meat, meat and meat, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Meat, meat and meat

A travel blog entry by riege

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... a glass of good Uruguayain wine "Tannat" was just enough. Okay, not just wine but nearly. Bin in Montevideo, die Hauptstadt von Uruguay angekommen. Die Stadt ist nicht sehr gross und auch nicht sehr interessant. Vielleicht deshalb, weil wir nicht sehr ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by delfuegoproject

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Three hours on the ferry gets you and your truck to Montevideo from Buenos Aires...no problems. This city has great food and a far more relaxed vibe than its neighbor. Older, somewhat subdued and friendly, are among the reasons to like this capital. ...

Nov 11, 2010, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Nov 11, 2010

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

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