Hotel Tamariz

Address: Salta 933 entre Av. Fco. Piria y Uruguay, Piriapolis, Uruguay | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Salta 933 entre Av. Fco. Piria y Uruguay, 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

      The zoo is the best kept secret

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 30, 2014

      67 photos

      There was an epic breaky provided at the hotel we were staying at including home made bread and pastries, little rum balls and, and probably one of the best orange juices I've ever had in my life. With the addition of our microwave scrambled eggs it made for a great start to the day. Our first stop for the day was the beach where Jez, Joel and Jenny went swimming. I stuck around on shore observing these weird fish leaping out of the water every few seconds. Being on ...

      Urugwaj dzien 3

      A travel blog entry by losboss on Jan 02, 2011

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... robi wrazenie niesamowite. ale to najlepiej widac na zdjeciach. jak przejdzie sie w kierunku kolonii lwow i fok slychac niesamowity jazgot. oprocz okolo tysiaca ssakow przesiadujacych na samym cablo polonio w odlegolosci okolo 300 m od brzegu siedzi ich pewnie z 10 razy tyle. i to co tam sie dzieje jest trudne do opisania. jeden wielki jazgot.

      po okolo 2 godzinach kontemplacji samej koloni tych slodko wygladajacych zwierzat i ...

      The ocean breeze of Uruguay...

      A travel blog entry by bennyandnat on Dec 03, 2010

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... here before the holiday season, as this place gets more than 200,000 visitors and the prices soar up to even more than they are now.

      We spent the second day relaxing on the one of the beaches watching the surfers, and Mark and Kelly hired a moped and bicycle to do their own touring of the place. The water is still pretty cold down here, so not much ocean swimming.

      Decided we will follow the coast of Uruguay up to the Brazil border now...
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      Livin' it up with Uruguay's rich & famous

      A travel blog entry by benyclaire on Jan 28, 2010

      36 photos

      ... outlet, but had been recommended by a guy working in the hotel. It turned out to be a great find, and by 10pm it was completely full. The chivitos (a local specialty, a thinly sliced steak sandwich loaded with cheese, ham, bacon, eggs, salad & anything else they either could or couldn’t fit in…) that we ordered were absolutely massive and delicious...Too full for anything else we headed back to the petrol fumed room for one more ...

      We went to Uruguay but it was closed

      A travel blog entry by willandlindsey on Apr 28, 2009

      11 photos

      Had a couple of days by the seaside here in this quaint little town. It was very nice but there was not an awful lot going on. For an example, we stayed in the second biggest hostel in South America, 250 odd beds but I think we were the only people there. It was like wandering around an aircraft hanger. Anyway we arrived in the evening had ...