Lancaster Hotel

Plaza de Cagancha 1334, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Centro area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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    Travel Blogs from Montevideo

    Week 6 - time is flying in Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by katie.nellie on Mar 16, 2013

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    ... which is frequented by visiting cruise ships. In the early afternoons Colonia's quiet avenues swell with the newly wed and almost dead. It's really funny, and luckily, very avoidable. The next day Katie and I mad our way to Argentina, but instead of the local ferry, we took a bus to small town of Carmelo where instead of taking a river ferry to Buenos Aires, we took a small boat through the delta. What a difference! No open water but delta banks teaming ...

    Ready for BsAs

    A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Jan 28, 2013

    ... smells of roasting animals. The whole place is a vegetarian’s nightmare but it’s quite a place to see. The South American’s takes their meat very seriously and the Uruguayans are famous for their steak. It’s something to do with what they feed their cows.

    Anyway, I had lunch at one of these restaurants with my friend Sebastian, the pianist from the Neptunes, who’s become a real friend for life (I worked with him and his girl ...

    Hurrah! I'm in Forlan country!

    A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 06, 2011

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    ... On the 6th, the shoes are filled with gifts from the Magi, who visited the baby Jesus, and the food and water are gone. The custom relates to Epiphany celebrations around the world. (This is why Uruguay was so quiet today).


    Waiting outside at the hostel entrance for the Danes, the three Americans were playing hacky sack. The youngest and friendliest of them asked me to join in. I had to politely decline as I had not played football in four years. It would take me ...