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

Day eight - 28/01/2015

A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Jan 28, 2015

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At sea Woke to a grey sky and bigger swell!!!! However, I must be getting my sea legs because I soon forgot about it and got on with the day. Again, went to Spanish class and we were carrying on with describing objects going on to describing people. Camera club was 12.15 and this time it was about 'World photography' We actually went down to Medina Restaurant for lunch,where we enjoyed a pleasant lunch and met some ...

Walking tour

A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Nov 17, 2014

... free, where there are great views. After this we went back to our hostel and played cards and had a beer on the rooftop terrace before going for dinner. The place we wanted to go to turned out to only open between 12 and 4, so we planned to go to another restaurant that opens at 8. We sat in Placa Indepencia waiting for 8 o'clock but even by 8:20 there was no signs of life in the restaurant so ...

The city that always sleeps (or so we thought)

A travel blog entry by kayclark123 on Aug 23, 2014

... important here in Uruagay as there are monuments everywhere and there is even a town called 'Triente Tres' which means 33. Underneath the statue is a huge room with plaques on the walls and two guards standing in the middle, not sure what they were guarding but it looked very important. We had to go down one at a time as someone had to stay with the bikes and while Rob was down there, I got told off for leaning the bikes against the base of the monument, or at least thats what ...

Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged

A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Jul 03, 2014

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... about this tour was the way that we used public transport as much as possible. It was surprising how comfortable it was and a great way to explore a different country.

We arrived in Montevideo around lunchtime and again had a walking tour through the old part of the city to the old port market building, which had lots of restaurants inside, ranging from stalls to proper sit down restaurants. All of them had the meat barbecues on offer, hardly my thing but certainly ...

Time to check out the city

A travel blog entry by dennisj84 on Jun 02, 2014

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... mate" which looks like weed at first but its tea that uruguayans walk around the streets with and usually have a thermus in their other hand, and it takes a bit of getting used to.

Useche loves it!! haha

We then went to the next door neighbours place for some dinner and a chat and by this stage i am so upset that i didnt improve my spanish, ...