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

... We left with a ring and a dress for me, some batteries (which we have now found out don't actually work!) some shoelaces as mine broke, a small globe ornament, some nail clippers. Rob also had a kebab from one stall which he reckoned was the best kebab he's ever had. We haggled for everything having learnt the phrases 'quanto' how much, and 'caro' expensive. It worked as we managed to get all that for the equivalent of just over 18. Although we were there for over 3 hours, we ...

Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... br> On Tuesday we took taxis to the ferry terminal and then had a two hour ferry over to our first destination in Uruguay, Colonia. Colonia is a small historical town that has UNESCO status. We arrived at Colonia in the early afternoon and had a wander around the town. The buildings reminded me of a European seaside town - quite spanish-looking but not grand in any way at all. They also have a number of vintage cars around the town, which they have used in different ways - one ...

Montevideo, Colonia, Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ricnkate on Apr 28, 2014

37 photos

... football stadium for Boca Juniors which is known to the locals as the Bombonero due to being shaped like a chocolate box. I decided to seize my chance to see some Argentine football and went to see Boca vs Arsenal (yep, there's an Arsenal in Argentina and they suck here as well). Boca Juniors are the most successful team in football history alongside AC Milan and have produced many famous footballers like Diego Maradona and Carlos Tevez. Riquelme also plays for them and is ...