Cala di Volpe Boutique Hotel

Address: Rambla Mahatma Gandhi y Parva Domus, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 5 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Pocitos, Parque Rodó, and Museo Torres Garcia.
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    Travel Blogs from Montevideo

    Peaceful Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on May 22, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... bed you've ever seen! After refueling for a few hours the whole group went out for dinner, Sarah got a terrible salad with the dregs of a chicken through it and I had a brilliant Uruguayan sandwich, all kinds of meat with olives and salad. We didn't stay out late, it'd been a long day. Flo gave us a tour of the city centre the following day, it's much more laid back than the other parts of South America we've seen. The architecture is similar though, again ...

    Beaching in Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jan 22, 2015

    12 photos

    Like all the tourist towns in Uruguay, Montevideo is a beach city, with a 22km walkway running along the coast. We spent one morning walking a good part of this, taking in the high rise buildings and brown ocean views. There weren't too many sights to take in in the city other than the obligatory historic centre and a statute which is ...

    Walking tour of the old town

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 09, 2014

    30 photos

    ... to massacre the whole indigenous population of Uruguay meaning that Uruguay is the only country in South America with 0% indigenous. The original settlers came from the Canary Islands in beef & food swap for families. They have 3 times as many cows as people (9-10million), they still love Suarez despite the biting and they are very proud of any Uruguayan who does well on the international stage as they believe everyone forgets they ...

    Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged

    A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jul 03, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... coordinated by Kristine and with a few other volunteers. All the children looked adorable dressed up, although some of them were happier with their outfits than others! The event was like a school fair would be for us - there were stands with games or selling food that people could take part in. Towards the end of the morning, they then did a dance which they had practiced in the creche for a while apparently! The video of the dance is on here...you can judge for yourselves just ...

    Uruguay In a Few Days

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 12, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... the little towns we went passed with their very small brick houses. We arrived in Punta del Este at half 5 as we had to change buses in Montevideo. With a bit of daylight left we walked down to the beach to see the sunset over the waters and boats. Today we have a full day in Punta del Este, it is known as a hot summer vacation place for Uruygians and Argentinians. This was noticeable when we arrived in on the bus, the coastline is filled with a mixture of horrendous beach apartments ...