Hotel Palma De Mallorca

La Paloma, Uruguay | Hotel
Prices starting from $180.00
 

Travel Blogs from La Paloma

Olé Olimpia

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa

... to say the least! No watches, belts, laptops, shoes or earrings! Yes, a woman was actually told to remove her earrings! We finally escaped security to discover a cafe and some shops that were mainly closed. They've really not caught on to the tourist lark, the only magnet we could find in the whole country was here for a massive 85p. We soon realised that not only was it the smallest airport we'd ever visited, it was also the smallest plane we'd ever been on! ...

Week 6 - time is flying in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by katie.nellie

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... and wild life. Kate caught eye of a alligator while we meandered through stilted holiday homes and resorts. A couple of hours later we arrived in Tigre which didn't look like your usual port town. We were welcomed by a river bank amusement park. After some drams at customs (never easy for me) we hoped on the incredibly crowded train to Buenos Aires. Grabbed a cab to San Telmo and I found myself in the middle of the most romantic, bohemian city I've ever ...

Ready for BsAs

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster

... smells of roasting animals. The whole place is a vegetarian’s nightmare but it’s quite a place to see. The South American’s takes their meat very seriously and the Uruguayans are famous for their steak. It’s something to do with what they feed their cows.

Anyway, I had lunch at one of these restaurants with my friend Sebastian, the pianist from the Neptunes, who’s become a real friend for life (I worked with him and his girl ...

Part 7: The proposal

A travel blog entry by llamatrails

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... their huge garden, where we ate some of the best steak and slow-cooked lamb I've ever tasted. It was a really fun, sociable evening, capped off with fireworks going off all around us as midnight struck and Uruguayans took it on themselves to hug everyone in sight. We didn't make it to the beach, but this was perfect.

After a couple more days enjoying the green spaces, hammocks and beaches of Uruguay we headed back to Argentina to head to the Mendoza wine region.
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La Paloma

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma

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Day One Hundred and Fourteen - Saturday 29th December 2012

We awoke late so there wasn't time to do much in Punta that morning before our bus to La Paloma. Travelling east along the coast of Uruguay, Punta del Este is the last town of any size or significance before you hit the Brazilian border, but there are a couple of hundred miles of small-town Uruguay's pristine coastline in between. La Paloma is one of the many picture postcard villages you can stop at along the coastal ...

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This hotel, located in La Paloma, is near Teatro Solis, Palacio Legislativo, El Prado, and Palacio Taranco.
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