Estancia Vik Jose Ignacio

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

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Aug 02, 2014

    44 photos

    ... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
    the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
    bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
    and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.

    Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
    at over 2 a pop I just have to stop!

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    Beach houses and incredibly over-priced clubs

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 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

    ... 8217;s most glamorous resorts, and easily the most expensive place in Uruguay. It’s extremely popular with Argentines and Brazilians.

    The bus station is right at the downtown action, and we find from the information booth that our hotel is, indeed, only a few blocks away, and right on the beach, on the sheltered, western side of the point (punta). We take up our packs and walk, finding our hotel, both physically and architecturally between a ...

    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

    ... night. However, unfortunately a few days later when I got to Montevideo some rascals stole my camera and all my picture from this point forward :@ ... more on that in the relevant blog so stay tuned!

    A good night was had by all and I think I managed to pass myself off as a 21 year old Brazilian girl fairly well to the untrained ear/eye. Many of the local guys who spoke to me were apologising for not being able to speak Portuguese... ...