Fortin San Miguel

Address: Route 19, Dieciocho de Julio , Chuy, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route 19, Dieciocho de Julio , Chuy.
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      Between the countries - Uruguay and Brazil

      A travel blog entry by pinkymary on Oct 21, 2014

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      Leaving Urugauy to go to Paraguay via Igazu falls in Brazil seemed the best solution for me.
      I left te hostel at about 8pm with a couple from Australia and South Africa in direction Porto Alegre in Brazil. After 40 minutes bus ride the bus dropped us off at the migration office just 2 miles out of the boarder town Chuy. We had to get out exit stamp and then wait 3 hours to catch our bus to Porto Alegre.
      We went into the building and the officer sent us to ...

      Crossing into Uruguay

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 06, 2014

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      It took about 8hrs to get to the tiny town of Chui on the Brazilian border. We had one hiccup where the driver told everyone if they were going to Chui or Santa Victoria we needed to change buses here but we didn’t understand as it was in Portuguese and we only realised when we saw them loading our luggage on the other bus. So we quickly switched buses. ...

      Day 21

      A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... We walked up to the company and found out it was gonna take us 3 buses to get to Tacuarembo. The first bus wasn't till 340 and it was only shortly after 9 am. We weren't sold this was the only way there so went back and asked a few other companies. They all sent us back to the original one. Before we fully committed to this route we thought it was a good idea to make sure we could get a bus from Tacuarembo ...

      Punta del Diablo.

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Apr 27, 2014

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      ... the sky (a wild one) and landed on a tree branch, which snapped off so the bird flew away. It was pretty funny. The coati was a new one for us. Kinda like a furry anteater type thing but maybe carnivore. It was in with the birds of prey. We took a short cut back to town and saw a little green snake on the road, I thought it was a stick until it slithered away. The weather turned a bit **** our second day, rain and wind all morning so we had a long breakfast ...

      Skulls, Surf, Bums and Bunks

      A travel blog entry by emandscotty on Dec 26, 2013

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      ... style: normal; font-weight: normal;">It’s super safe (touch wood).

      Righto… the negatives:

      1. Holy **** it is expensive. Manly has nothing on this place. We paid US$75 for two small bowls of pasta, one dessert and 500mL of water. And then they asked us for a tip (we politely refused as we had literally run out of pesos).