Hotel Carlos Gardel

General Flores 300, Tacuarembo, Uruguay | Hotel
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Adios to Juan and Panagea

A travel blog entry by maximiliancs


We were hugely relieved to wake up this morning and see the first rays of sunlight glinting through our curtains. After a couple of pieces of toast smothered in dulce de leche we were ready for our last half day on the ranch. The scenery and overall experience was much more dramatic and vivid without the miserable rain. You could see for miles over the open plains and rolling hills and one started to feel like you were in Uruguay rather than a murky hack in ...

3 Gringos arrive in Gaucho Country.

A travel blog entry by maximiliancs


Our bus was inevitably late leaving Brazil which is effectively obligatory as no Brazilian we have come across seems to have sense of time. This left us annoyingly missing all our connecting buses. Anyway we finally arrived at Santana de Livramiento, a Brazilian town right on the border. In fact it couldn't be more on the border as we walked straight into Uruguay and onto another bus without even realising. We managed to persuade ...

Long day of transport and waiting

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... one in Uruguay. Just before we left at 1.30 pm, we got a group photo of all of us. Then all bags on to the roof of the truck and Juan gave us a ride for an hour. We stopped along the road and met up with the bus who was going to take us to the bus station in Salto. Salto is on the border to Argentina. We came in early and had to wait around an hour for the taxis who was going to take us across the border to ...

Going up north to the Ranch Panagea

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... pm. And by then it has only been turned on for about two hours. We also got a nice dinner. Chili con carne with rice and vegetables. And we were all sitting outside by the fire, eating and drinking either wine our beer. Most people went to bed when the power turned off. Me, Becca and Mike stayed up playing cards. I was also drinking from my newly bought Uruguayan whiskey. Not that bad to be a cheap one actually. And not to forget, just before the power went out, we ...

Living the Gaucho life

A travel blog entry by eddim


... the greatest as it was very windy and cloudy, and I think set the mood for the day for most of group in the sense that they didn’t see the point of stopping here. Granted it’s a sleepy little town with not much happening day or night but the history and being able to visually see the old colonial buildings still in use today, is the draw to coming here. After our orientation tour which basically showed us all the highlights of the town, Yasmina left us by ...


This hotel, located on General Flores 300, Tacuarembo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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