Hotel Rambla

Calle 11 y Rambla, Parque del Plata, Uruguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Parque del Plata

Arriving Montevideo

A travel blog entry by foxiii


Arrived mid afternoon in Montevideo The Crown Princess had to leave port before we could berth at the dock. The ship arrived the night before we were due to disembark so we spent the night docked at port which allowed us to venture out for a quick walk around. There was not much ...


A travel blog entry by lindb

... Del Diablo and check out the prices for the bus and ferry back to BA. After chores done I then go explore Montevideo. I first go to the Andes 1972 Museum which is a museum dedicated to the airplane crash in the andes in 1972. The crash is infamous not just in Uruguay but all over the world as the Uruguayan survivors had to endure 70+ days in freezing temps in the Andes and resorted to eating the flesh of the other dead passengers ...

Pretty Shitty City Tour

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa

... the current 2nd socialist president Pepe instead of his proper name which is too long. Pepe was a political prisoner in the jail which is now a shopping centre (albeit a closed one). Also, Uruguay is a guarani word literally translated as U r gay. After a pretty dire city tour, we went back to the hotel, drank a carton of wine and watched some big bang theory while contemplating the day of travelling ahead and whether Colonia could change our opinion of ...

Exploring Uruguay with Fabiana and Vení

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... also made sautéed brussel sprouts seasoned with lemon, salt, and pepper for a mid-evening appetizer. Fabiana shared some naturally caffeine-free dark chocolate mint coffee with us, and even made an excellent dinner one night with vegetables and small shrimps.

Being with Fabiana is nice for a number of reasons, one of which is the amount of learning that takes place for each of us. Fabiana loves helping Jason and I improve our Spanish, and ...

If you haven´t seen it, you didn´t miss anything.

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier


... historic old town. It´s not large and you actually saw everything within 2 hours easily - but the narrow streets are really cute. The streets are lined up with cute little restaurants, as always offering the best grilled meat at very high prices. A visit to Colonia is worth it, however since it is right across from Buenos Aires and the crossing by speedboat takes only an hour, most of the tourists come over for a day trip, which is actually more then enough.


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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