Hotel Rambla

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

Isla Verde

A travel blog entry by syd11ian9 on Nov 27, 2014

35 photos

I am sorry to say that my co creator does not wish to write a story to accompany the photos. The travel blog has become more of a travel photo book. I hope that you all can find the story through my pictures and enjoy the updates without his ...

More Like A Monsoon (Day 24)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 03, 2014

3 photos

... that has given Montevideo it's name is maybe... maybe fifty metres in elevation. It's barely high enough to toboggan down, but we can say we climbed it! Our tour of the city included: - our hike up the hill - a trip through the old city with its cobblestone streets and European architecture - the Port, which has a market with ironwork imported from Liverpool. The "market" however is filled will parilla stalls, or grills, where we had asado, or barbecue for lunch. -the old ...

The city that always sleeps (or so we thought)

A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Aug 23, 2014

... managed to look at everything before the market closed at 3pm.
Afterwards, we rode to Plaza de Indepencia, independence square. This is in the old town area of Montevideo know as Cuidad Vejar. This neighbourhood is full of little squares and parks containing different statues and monuments. In independance square there is a huge statue of a man on a horse, I guess he was one of the 33 men who won Uruguays independence. Probably should do some more research as it seems to ...

Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... was being used as an extension of the restaurant and had a table and chairs inside it! It was particularly cold there - even colder than it had been in BA, which was a shock compared to Rio! With a few of the others we found a cafe and had some lunch in the warmth, while others visited the lighthouse or hired golf buggies to explore the town even further.

The next morning we were off again - this time on a bus for three hours to the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo. One thing ...

Hello Uruguay!

A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Apr 15, 2014

... costumes and scary masks used in precious carnivals. Uruguay's carnivals are the longest in South American and run from Feb to end of march. On day two, we did a walking tour of the old town and saw some beautiful buildings and the sun came out! We learnt lots about Uruguay such as most people come from Spain originally as all the native people were killed by the first president. The current president is an old guy in his 80's who donates 90% of his ...