Balmoral Plaza Hotel

Plaza Cagancha 1126 , Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 3 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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    Travel Blogs from Montevideo


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jul 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... breeze blocks!

    There were lots of very run down colonial buildings in dodgy bits of town that I Imagine will become gentrified before long, but for now appear to be squats. The port was all containers and the port market was all smoky asados, meat of every description on the BBQ. Elsewhere the big thing was noquis (gnocchi), which I later discovered is the special on the 29th of every month here, being a tradition of cheap eats borne of end ...

    Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged

    A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jul 03, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... cachaca distillery (we were getting good at them by now) and then lunch, we headed to a newly opened museum in the area. This museum was set around a series of model houses and churches from different parts of Brazil and the guide (together with Fernanda's help to translate!) took us on a tour around it. It was a really good way to get some history about the country and the different places to visit. Paraty was used as a port for people to ship the gold from and so the museum ...

    Uruguay In a Few Days

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 12, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... hard to find. Someone will tell us where the stop is, but they are not always clear stops. Even when you know the number of the bus and where the stop is, it doesn't mean the driver will stop even if you flag him down. Thankfully when we got out of the bus terminal in Montevideo the stop was clearly marked and the driver stopped. Another great surprise was what we could pay with cash, unlike other cities that make you buy a travel card. The only problem we had was we didn't realise ...

    Bonus Country: Uruguay!

    A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Mar 31, 2014

    ... leaves and a thermos flask of hot water tucked under their arm. In fact, many buses have signs saying that mate is prohibited because of health and safety reasons.
    As for food, one Urugayian (?) speciality is chivitos: a thin steak topped with slices of ham, cheese and fried egg. Since arriving in South America, I think I have probably eaten about four and a half cows, although since Uruguay has three times as many cows as people, I don't think they'll be running out any time soon.

    Old Montevideo

    A travel blog entry by boothbj on Feb 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... ft of the breakwater (that's when saw the flotsam and jetsam of the harbor stirred up), then back a slow rotation and movement forwards. It was like threading a needle. Pretty impressive.

  • This is our last night of sailing. Tomorrow we are scheduled to arrive in Buenos Aires. We stay there for a night and disembark on Saturday. As we sip a glass of rose, procured from the cool winery in Chile, sitting on my ...