Casa Sarandi Guesthouse

Buenos Aires 558, Montevideo, 61111, Uruguay | 3 star hotel
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Montevideo, Colonia, Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ricnkate


Turtle volunteering was fun but two weeks was enough to satisfy my curiosity and rest up for the next leg, Montevideo.
In case your geography isn't quite up to par, Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay and lies in the middle of the south coast. The bus there only took 6 hours which was a pleasant change from the usual trips and to be honest there isn't too much to say about the city but we did enjoy being there. Both of us prefer smaller cities with less madness on all sides ...

Good tour, good food and excellent wine

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... on board, Canaletto's, for a celebration of the 5 members who arehaving birthdays on the trip, including Fletcher. They were all given a special cake and, of course, were sung to as a group. Good food, good company and good wine!

The next day we had our first landfall in Argentina, when we landed at Puerto Madryn. We were originally heading to the Falkland Islands at Port Stanley. We had been really excited about that but two days ago ...

For something completely different - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... ocean side. Every beach, and there are many of them, has public access.

Water sports and fishing are popular daytime activities and the promenade around the entire peninsula affords some great river and ocean views. It's a wealthy town with beach resort apartments, retail stores and branded boutiques.

It was a pleasant place to visit and to spend a few hours enjoying the warmth of the sun as we ambled the coastline promenade.

The following ...

Beaches, hot summer sun, and evil mosquitoes

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara


... and nice. A lot less people, a lot more hippies, and a bunch of people who camp in the woods just beside the beach. That beach was much prettier and more unique in the feel of the tiny town with all dirt roads. Montevideo (the capital of Uruguay) was pretty nice and reminded me a lot of Israel in look and a bit in feel too but I didn't spend enough time there to really get a feel for the city and its people. I liked Uruguay, but it wasn't really unique in my ...

Lessons in Humanity and Monopoly: Uruguay

A travel blog entry by paiger


... man could get his hands to my bag without me kicking them away. Essentially, I could've played this defense all day, so it really ended up working for me. And it ended up being a more dramatic scene for any passersby who might've been thinking about helping. But more on that later.

Oddly, through this whole exchange I don't even think adrenaline kicked in. I was never scared, and I never felt out of control. There was an issue, and I ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ciudad Vieja area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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