Hotel Rex

Address: Manuel Freire 968, Piriapolis, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Manuel Freire 968, Piriapolis, is near Cerro San Antonio, Cerro del Toro, La Reserva de Fauna, and La Estacion de Cria de Fauna.
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        Travel Blogs from Piriapolis

        R and R

        A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 19, 2014

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        ... of more much needed rest and relaxation. I has just recovered from a mild cold from which now Noa, Ari and Jonathan were all suffering. Jonathan and I did manage to take a nearly three hour early-afternoon walk to explore the village. We wandered through the streets, both along the water and one street back, which despite being lined with shops and restaurants, at least eighty percent were closed down during this off-season. We checked out the ...

        Step back in time

        A travel blog entry by skill77 on Dec 12, 2011

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        ... it did. Except it wasn´t your average restautant,in fact it was just some old guys house and he had converted his carport into a dining room! Fantastic! It was the old guy himself, Carlitos,who cooked up the fish right in front of you. He was dressed in chef whites with the shirt unbuttoned almost to his naval, priceless! Fish was washed down with cheap white wine...thanks Carlitos,your a legend!

        From here, as a day trip, we visited Uruguay´s premier ...

        How a 134 km drive took 7 hours.

        A travel blog entry by teamroman on Dec 17, 2010

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        ... found a table, the waiter took our drink order and then another brought over a pizza. We explained we hadn't ordered that and he said, no it's our opening night for the season and it's all free. James and I exchanged glances, said gracias and dug in! It was a great meal, for which we tipped them heavily and reminded ourselves that even on days where we feel like we keep getting lost and can't find our way, God has a plan and sometimes that plan might be stumbling on free pizza.

        Livin' it up with Uruguay's rich & famous

        A travel blog entry by benyclaire on Jan 28, 2010

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        ... the nice beach was very wavy. What was particularly fun to watch was the way the waves would collide with other waves as they fell back toward the sea, and the collision seemed to run along the beach rather than into shore, like nothing we had seen before and kept Ben amused for a long time!

        So, back in Punta del Este before dark, we headed into town for our final dinner in the resort, to a cheap restaurant that looked more like a ...

        We're going where?

        A travel blog entry by riversbeyond on Jun 10, 2009

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        ... the side of Uruguay's highest mountain to see rock paintings by the ancient indigenous people.

        Our city clothes made the steep trail and rocks a little more difficult, but then, spontaneity is part of the fun of travel.