Hotel Principe

Juncal 1434, Montevideo, Uruguay | Hotel

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Time to check out the city

A travel blog entry by dennisj84


... mate" which looks like weed at first but its tea that uruguayans walk around the streets with and usually have a thermus in their other hand, and it takes a bit of getting used to.

Useche loves it!! haha

We then went to the next door neighbours place for some dinner and a chat and by this stage i am so upset that i didnt improve my spanish, ...

All Quiet In Montevideo

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... way in order to get that “special” shot of the statue or the building.
Montevideo in effect has become a hollow shell being kept alive by the street cleaners,hotel and restaurant staff who go about their work grudgingly, knowing that everyone else is relaxing at home. The tourists wonder freely and aimlessly peering into shop windows with no doors to welcome them in and probably wondering why they thought the Easter holidays was a good time to visit ...

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... melted in your mouth. There were several restaurants here and we ended up sitting in the back of one so we could see all the action. There was also a band out in the corridor keeping us entertained. The sevide was slow but that was okay as we were in no rush. This meal ended up being our dinner as well. It was so good that we ate it all. It was an very enjoyable day and the weather was perfect for exploring.

The artisans had some beautiful things so it was ...

Sea days and city

A travel blog entry by susieandgray


... The patio had opened early and rather than lunching with our NZ friends, Kathy and Vince, in the city we opted for a quicker, easier option to sit and chat together over a salad about our beloved Provence! They are both coming to stay in a villa near Apt in September, with a view to buying a fixer upper! Too extraordinary!

Gray and I, then, clutching our trusty little map, wandered down the gangplank to explore ...


A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... city. We start our walk down a narrow street. We do see graffiti on the walls, but there is no trash on the streets. We approach Plaza Zabala, which is a combination park and monument. In the center of the park is the El Gaucho monument. The monument represents the gaucho or cowboy. On the corner sits the Palacio Taranco, designed by the same men who created the Arc de Triomphe. It opened in 1910, as the home of a wealthy and influential ...


This hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 1 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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