Regency Golf Hotel

Address: 2473 Fco. Solano Garcia St, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 11 area of Montevideo, is near Palacio Legislativo, El Prado, Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes "Juan Manuel Blanes", and Jardín Botánico.
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      Exploring Montevideo

      A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... to go with our collection and then we had an early lunch at Cafe Brasilero, an oldy woldy style cafe that hasn't changed much since it opened in 1877. It had a lovely wooden bar and pictures of Montevideo in days gone by one the walls. Then we headed for the bus station and the bus back to Colonia, then the ferry back to Buenos Aires. Our last dinner in BA was steak (what else!) and a big beer.

      Walking tour of the old town

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Oct 09, 2014

      30 photos

      ... Portuguese and then taken over by the Spanish. The name Montevideo doesn’t directly translate into Spanish or Portuguese but there are 2 major theories. In Portuguese it literally means I see hill (Not exactly the most interesting way to name a city but Monte does have a number of hills.) In Spanish there is a slightly clever idea and this is what most of the locals believe, Monte (Hill), VI (Sixth in Latin numbers) d (From) e (East) to ...

      Day 12 - Uruguay (Montevideo)

      A travel blog entry by antoniolorenzon on May 30, 2014

      13 photos

      ... with only one massive round of seats and 40.000 Uruguayans supporting their team like if it was already World Cup.

      On all of that, we were the only 15 people, one-five, supporting Northern Ireland together with those 4 Northern Irish folks. The girls were screaming like hell and Uruguayans laughing at us! Amaaaazing experience even if we lost 1-0. Watching Cavani, Caceres, Forlan and the others was quite impressive by the way. Buena Suerte Italy, it won’t be easy!

      Hello Uruguay!

      A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Apr 15, 2014

      ... costumes and scary masks used in precious carnivals. Uruguay's carnivals are the longest in South American and run from Feb to end of march. On day two, we did a walking tour of the old town and saw some beautiful buildings and the sun came out! We learnt lots about Uruguay such as most people come from Spain originally as all the native people were killed by the first president. The current president is an old guy in his 80's who donates 90% of his ...

      Uruguay: cute towns, colonial buildings, Carnival

      A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Feb 09, 2014

      24 photos

      ... going past us on the street, followed by some great spanish-inspired live music at Soul, which was apparently the place to be on a Sunday night as it completely packed out. It was a great way to spend my last night in Montevideo, before heading back on the bus and ferry to Buenos Aires.

      My full album from Uruguay is here: =a.10101416496781083.1073741847.1922703 8&type=1&l=d4008d0637