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Batalla De Las Piedras 284, Durazno, Uruguay | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by dan51284


... salsa club where my jaw dropped to floor at the stunning women dancing superb salsa. Only Joeri and I remained in the hostel the following day so we walked to one of the most famous stadiums on the planet. Estadio Centenario hosted the first World Cup final, the memorabilia in the museum there is spectacular. Two world cups, shirts from Geoff Hurst, Pele and Maradona from World Cup finals are amongst the endless line of trophies and medals. I decided to change hostels and I ...

Exploring Uruguay with Fabiana and Vení

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... the day before, and had snatched both Jason’s old iPod and Fabiana’s backup flip phone. Nothing else was taken, probably because the thief saw or heard us coming back to the cabana. We were creeped out, but felt lucky more than anything else, because no one was hurt and our more expensive (and hard to replace) possessions weren't taken. Using software that comes pre-installed on Apple devices, we were able to locate the iPod just the ...

If you haven´t seen it, you didn´t miss anything.

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier


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Worth seeing is actually just the Ciudad Vieja, that is the old town. There is a pedestrian street that leads past some smaller green squares and the central square to Plaza Independencia. The main attractions at the Plaza are the Teatro Solis, the rest of the old city gate and the Palacio Salvo, who with his just 105 m height was the tallest building in South America when it was built in 1928. Otherwise, the place looks pretty ...

Staying with a family in Montevideo

A travel blog entry by jetsedder


... were historic. These included the old city gate, the market and major buildings. Probably the most memorable was mock sword-fighting with a street performer dressed as Zorro. We got burritos for lunch that were decent and then ice cream / gelato. At night, I had dinner with the family and even got to watch a football match on TV with them. The team from Montevideo, was victorious in their match. =)

Home away from home

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


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As my Spanish improves I get a little more anxious starting conversations with people. The reason is that at this stage not only can I make sense, but I too have a local accent, which sometimes confuses people into thinking I am from South America, Argentinian to be specific. So why am I timid to speak? Well from the start people speak super fast to me, and I ...


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