Gran Hotel Brisas Del Hum
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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We took a 4 hour bus ride from Montevideo to Mercedes where we took taxis to a ranch around 15km outside of town. The ranch was like something out of a fairytale, gorgeous single story buildings with clay tiles on the roof and ivy growing up the walls. Horses run wild around the grounds and best of all (In Sarah's opinion) two incredible black labs who were desperate for attention! We arrived just in time for lunch which was cooked on a giant stone BBQ, we ate ...
2 days relaxing on a ranch in Uruguay for Christmas, it sounds good doesn't it? Well it would be but first we had to get through 20 hours of bus rides which would be anything but…
Into a van for starters and we cross into Argentina from Brazil, another stamp in the passport and a 30 minute wait. We then made our way to the terminal to await our overnight bus, after our Turkey experience we had some reservations about night buses but had been assured that they were very ...
... lights installed and a huge sound desk to play the mix CD from. The play wasn’t your traditional Christmas nativity though; the main character had lost herself and had to travel through multiple worlds in order to find out who she was – nature. The worlds were mostly taken from Disney films, and the show ended with a rendition of Heal the World by Michael Jackson.
As I think I’ve said, we’ve been staying with a family of five children ...
Today was a day of travel. We left the estancia around 11am and took a 4 hour private transfer to what seemed like a random diner to wait for our overnight public bus to Iguazu (or Iguasu depending on if you are spelling in Spanish or Portugese), stopping once along the way for lunch, ice cream, and to pick up a few essentials for the bus ...
It was so windy all night! The wind woke me up on several occasions even through my ear plugs! But at least the rain had stopped by morning. We boarded our private van for the 4 hour drive to the estancia where we will be staying for the next two days. There are 3.5 million people in Uruguay and 13 million cattle. We saw some of them on the way as well as several small rural schools. The soil here is very red. Due to the rain we were detoured around one ...