Richmond Hotel

San Jose 1034, Montevideo, Uruguay | Hotel
Prices starting from $62.00

Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Goodbye mate

A travel blog entry by dennisj84


... to the bus stop and by this stage it was dark and long but kind of exciting! Haha (the sunset view was worth it though, its the simple things)

Then had some more chorizo for dinner and met the other aussies in the hostels were we drank wine and hung out for the evening.

We then decided we would go to the game together and take the same ferry to Buenos ...


A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... gauchos and explanations of what life was like for them and it's free. The museum itself was cool, lots of interesting facts and objects such as knives, guns, the spike things they wore on their feet, whips and drinking containers made from horns. The explanations were in Spanish but we could understand some of it. We walked around for ages looking for the romantico museum only to find out we passed it three times not knowing that it was it ...

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by ewtodd


... of Montevideo. The damaged ship was not give enough time to be repaired so the captain took the ship out into the harbour and sunk it. The rest of the crew were safely on another ship.(Dec.17,1939). We stopped at Plaza Zabata to see the statue of the general but the main attraction were the parrots and their huge nests. The noise was deafening and it was so neat to see them all.
We walked to Independence Square and finally got to get the pictures we couldn't get ...

Sea days and city

A travel blog entry by susieandgray


... of a Seabourn key ring!!!!). I meanwhile attended Meriwether’s lecture on Seals and sea mammals.

A quicky change for the show of video, photographs and a “Farewell Antarctica,” SO emotional and we were also very happy to learn that our previous Antarctica captain had indeed reached his father in time back in Denmark. He had had a massive stroke but Captain Lars was content to be now by his side. We dined with our ...


A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... may have intermingled with the Spanish, but according to Rosalia, no indigenous people exist. Hmmmm……In 1825, Uruguay earned its independence from Spain. Today, Montevideo, and the country of Uruguay, boasts an eclectic population of about 1.8 million from various European countries. At one time, Uruguay was considered the "Switzerland of South America" because of its small size, but mostly because if its high standard of living, and ...


This hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 1 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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