Estancia Vik Jose Ignacio

Address: Camino Eugenio Saiz Martinez Km 8, Jose Ignacio, 32232, Uruguay | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Camino Eugenio Saiz Martinez Km 8, Jose Ignacio, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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      Travel Blogs from Jose Ignacio

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

      ... very inviting slightly chilly sea.

      Back at the hosel by tea time I found that I'd managed to burn both my chest and my back. Good sun tan lotion management there. After an impromptu Skype with Mama I got on with writing up my Spanish notes into something a bit more usable whilst Ed & Rach watched a Champions League game on the teledu.

      I beat Ed ...

      Beach houses and incredibly over-priced clubs

      A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 11, 2014

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      ... we weren't surprised that there was no line to get. Upon getting to the bouncer, we had the following conversation:

      • First member of our group: "How much for a table and bottle service for 9 people?"
      • Bouncer: "Three thousand dollars"
      • First member of our group: "You mean pesos?"
      • Bouncer: "No, dollars."
      • First member of our group [to rest of group]: "Um, it costs $3,000, not sure we're going to get ...

      A quick look at Uruguay, Buenos Aires, then home

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 03, 2011

      107 photos

      ... the far end. From here the streets get narrower, and more quaint, with some beautiful urban buildings, particularly on corners.

      The old city is definitely set up for tourism, if only in daylight hours, and there is a heavy tourist police presence. The tour takes us through Plaza Constitucion, with the surprisingly conservative Iglesia Matriz, with an immaculate 1948 Prefect parked across from it, to the diagonally set Plaza Zabala, with large ...

      What sound does a dog make? WWOOF!!!

      A travel blog entry by jnderge on Dec 26, 2010

      1 comment

      ... for me, it was the beginning of very itchy days and nightly torture.
      In the morning we swam in the ocean, the real ocean, with salty, powerful waves, critters, and jelly fish! and then, we left puta del diablo, it took our money, chewed us up, and spat us out. so we ventured back west.
      Lucky for us, Isaac talked to a farm that had previously turned us down because of lack of housing, but convinced them to take us anyway, for we still had our little tent.
      When we ...

      El más exclusivo balneario de Sudamérica

      A travel blog entry by vickicooper on Jan 31, 2010

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... South America for jet set internationals such as myself! Not my usual choice of a hangout I have to admit, but I was feeling the need for some beach time ahead of my trip to Antarctica and it's always good to throw in a bit of world class people-watching, something I was confident that Punta Del Este could provide abundantly.

      There are two beaches here that are the most famous: Playa Brava, which has a big sculpture of a hand along ...