La Lomita Del Chingolo B&B

Address: Las acacias s/n, Punta del Este, 1425, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Las acacias s/n, Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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      Travel Blogs from Punta del Este

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

      ... in pool before we headed back to the beach for another sunset. It wasn't quite as nice as yesterdays but still very decent. The evening was another quiet affair, though this time Ed finally pulled it out of the bag and beat me about 4-3 in pool. There's not many poeople in the hostel. Besides all the beach time had wiped us out so social skills weren't as sharp as they could be. ...

      Punte del Este: An Artist and Olive Oil.

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... the 1950s when the welfare state it had established rapidly declined and put the country into turmoil resulting in a military coup in 1973,it was 12 long years of brutal oppression that saw Uruguay crumble to dust.When it was all finally over and civilian rights were restored the country started to make a slow recovery but just as things were looking good again the countries economy in 2001 collapsed and for two years the people suffered the worst economic hardship in the ...

      On to Punta del Este

      A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 26, 2012

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      ... br> Our hotel was a very nice “boutique” hotel; only three floors, and very modern. They greeted us with a glass of sparkling rosť, and the young man at the front desk spoke very good English. We got checked in, Juan Carlos said that he would pick us up around 7:30 Monday morning, and bid us farewell for the weekend.

      As is usual for us, we got our stuff settled in our room, and immediately struck out on foot to see the town. We walked several blocks down ...

      Michael Jackson says it doesn't matter

      A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 11, 2011

      13 photos

      ... checking on the basis of a fake passport. If so, what country’s documentation would I have needed not to endure this? Could they be under the utterly foolish assumption that all people from the United Kingdom only have white skin?

      Looking into Uruguay and its’ dealings with racism proved an eye opener. A campaign launched on Jan. 22 2013, called “Let’s Erase Racism from our Language,” sponsored by the Afro-Uruguayan Culture ...

      Joining Uruguay’s Upper Class

      A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 08, 2011

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      ... s feelings intentionally, I fibbed saying that everything was good. After a bit more of conversing, he added sincerely: "Welcome to my country and enjoy your time here." It was a very nice set of words and great to hear him say that. Still, looking back, those words are my fondest memory of Uruguay.

      Moving onto getting a taxi, as I was unsure of what direction to walk to my hostel. Darius kindly spoke to the female taxi driver to get me on my way. We shook hands ...