Hotel Rambla

Address: Calle 11 y Rambla, Parque del Plata, Uruguay | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle 11 y Rambla, Parque del Plata, is near Kaieteur Falls, Iwokrama Canopy Walkway, and Essequibo River.
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Travel Blogs from Parque del Plata

Rush around MV then bus to Florianopolis

A travel blog entry by hils80 on May 03, 2015

Mow leaving today wanting to cram stuff in! Was meant try see Iris at same point but she msged to say she didn't get in til 7 so she beat me! Had shower then asked at reception about getting a bike as sunny outside but they called for me but they'd sold out of bikes - wtf? So new plan! Packed and checked out then went out to see the old town. Glad I hadn't got a bike coz super windy and was actually really cold! Walking around old town, was ...

Mostly sleeping day!

A travel blog entry by hils80 on May 02, 2015

Set my alarm for breakfast and iris msged me as I'd said I'd meet her for lunch but wasn't sure if possible now! Had breakfast then found my watch on reception - wtf?! Apparently I'd left in bathroom! Really wanted to do laundry but she wasn't sure if would be open as Saturday and definitely wouldn't be tomorrow - great! I went out to try anyway - tried two places but both shut. Walked past hostel twice - totally not with it today! Spoke to Eoin briefly ...

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Jan 29, 2015

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Having no expectations of Uruguay, we were pleasantly surprised at how cool this tiny country is, especially finding out the president gives away 90% of his salary to charity, lives on his farm in the country, gives up his presidential suite to the homeless and regularly picks up hitchhikers in his 1984 Volkswagen Beetle, one cool president = one very laid back country. We went on a walking tour of the city of Montevideo to learn some Uruguayan culture and checked out the ...

Another great free walking tour

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Oct 22, 2014



We headed
back into the old town to join the free walking tour. Again we were pleased
with this concept. The guide was a local and told us a lot not only about the
city and the buildings in the old town but also about Uruguay. Their current
President who can’t run for re-election according to their constitution is 80
and an old leftist rebel. He has made drastic social changes in a deeply
conservative country having legalised marijuana, ...

Old Stuff & The Return of Ed

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 19, 2014

... in the correct direction. When getting on the bus, the driver greeted us with a big smile and patience as we bumbled through with big bags and big notes. No rolled 'stupid gringo' eyes here. And an old couple on the bus couldn't wait to talk to us and tell us (with some pride) about their country and city.

The hostel too is also nice. Big open spaces and lots of light. Here we hung around until Ed showed up and hour or so later, and whilst catching up on our ...