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Juan Benito Blanco 674, Montevideo, Uruguay | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Juan Benito Blanco 674, Montevideo, is near Pocitos, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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    Day 12 - Uruguay (Montevideo)

    A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... turned his head around (who cares about the street right?) to tell me he is one of the best friends of Marcelo Zalayeta (ex-Juventus players from Uruguay). To convince me about that he said that Zalayeta call his (Claudio’s) mom “mama”. Ah, ok! Now I believe him 100%!

    What a taxi ride, what a story and… what a price! The double of what I was expecting. I tried to negotiate a bit but Zalayeta’s story and his famous “mama” has a price. ...

    All Quiet In Montevideo

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 17, 2014

    29 photos

    ... of a seated woman looking out over the decaying mess,something to smile at on the daily commute.Others ,the usual anti-government rhetoric spewed out like red and black vomit over what remains of the white walls,half covered by hastily pasted posters of “Paul McCartney's” up and coming concert.Small packs of mongrel dogs roam like gangs protecting their turf,I am barked at as I approach and a well aimed sling of a stone from my hand sends them off ...


    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jan 27, 2014

    4 comments, 41 photos

    ... and constructions in 1790, 1840, 1858, 1897 enlarged the chapel to its present size. When the city expanded, the wall was destroyed, so the cathedral is no longer the center of the city, but it is still an important part of the city life. Rosalia tells us that while all religions are accepted, easily 50% of the population is Catholic. Ironically, the first real beggars we’ve seen on this trip are in front of the cathedral. The three women do not ...

    Brazil continues on into Uruguay...

    A travel blog entry by avv78 on Nov 22, 2013

    63 photos

    ... loaded with meat, we boarded an overnight bus to arrive at sun rise in the Uruguayan coastal town of Punte del Este, described as the Monaco of Latin America! The sun was beaming during our stay here but alas some cold winds meant we didn't make it into the water here but rather lapped up the scenery and local seafood before venturing pretty much down the road to the capital, Montevideo. By now we had noticed things had taken more of a European feel from ...


    A travel blog entry by jackbuesnel on May 22, 2013

    ... Dom had anus, cheek and other parts of a cow. The next day was still grey and miserable, we rented bikes and went along the coast road called The Rambler, which again wasn't very interesting. The beach doesn't have anything compared to Rio and was empty. We cycled to the national football stadium which is where they hosted the first ever World Cup. There is ...