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

A pleasant stay in a small country: Uruguay

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Feb 07, 2015

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... similar, though the wafting smell of Chilean fish was replaced with smoky aromas of chargrilled beef here, a much more agreeable scent.  The market doesn't sell meat any more, instead it is full of restaurants called parrillas that serve an almost exclusively meat filled menu of delicacies. The place is full of locals and tourists alike all looking for that perfect brasado (meat platter) for lunch. Its hot, sweaty and the smoke is almost enough to make your eyes water, ...

Montevideo

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 ...

Walking tour of the old town

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 09, 2014

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... up the fact that there were willys incorporated into the fence) and let him construct the second version. We finished the tour at the port market which is an upscale market in an old train station like iron building next to the port. It was designed by an Englishman and is made from iron from Liverpool. It has an English style clock in the centre and does look like an English train station. The market is full of Parilla restaurants which ...

The city that always sleeps (or so we thought)

A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Aug 23, 2014

... then got a mcdonalds and people watched for a while. Then we had an icecream with 3 different flavours each. Uruguayan ice cream, or 'Helados' is delicious.
As we walked back along the coast towards the hostel, we stopped to watch a team practising american football. Rob informed me that the standard was pretty poor but since I had no idea what I was looking it I enjoyed it anyway. The sun had come out and it was a beautiful day for a walk.
Once we had settled into the ...

Day 12 - Uruguay (Montevideo)

A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 30, 2014

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... were supposed to be in Montevideo at the same time but apparently she told me: LatAm is massive continent but, if you travel across, it is such a small world… you meet the same people more than once! For sure!

Great tour, city is not so big, quite original for its mix of influence and its history. The story of the mysterious person that during the night fixes the little holes on big streets with colorful piece of pavements is one of the best! And in front of the ...