San Marco Hotel

Address: Calle 54, No. 523 e/ 5 y 6, La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, 1900, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle 54, No. 523 e/ 5 y 6, La Plata, is near Museo de la Plata.
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    Coasting around Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... text-size-adjust: auto;">We didn't do much else or see much else of the city. It seemed very much the same as any other city. We used it as a bit of a chance to catch up on washing and jobs etc.

    We (David) also chose this city to be the one in which ...

    Very cute but expensive little town

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Sep 01, 2014

    ... as we had passed through immigration. The tough chicked schnitzel broke my fork twice and Wayne's also twice, got to laugh. Then we wandered the terminla to find no , oney exchage bureau, unbelievable! So we got stuck with our increasingly worthless Argentine pesos. Duty free shops we visited had outrageous prices so no buying for us. Luckily there was free wifi and charge points so we spent the nest 3 h8urs waiting with some internt. Our flight did leave on time ...

    Confusion in Colonia del Sacramento

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... traffic going to Asuncion.Montevideo was not formed until 1724 so historically,Colonia can call itself the first major town of Uruguay. The British also had trade interests in this area and they teamed up with the Portuguese (not being overly fond of the Spanish) and they supplied them with arms and other supplies.

    Battles were fought many times and the fortunes of Colonia went back and forth,sometimes under Spanish rule and sometimes under ...

    I smell like a traveller, I need some Colonia

    A travel blog entry by lucasandaimz on Feb 27, 2014

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    ... of applause and I got up and gave him a hug and a kiss (this is Lucas writing).
    A funny moment of the night was when she asked me and Aimz if we were ok because we had shared a dish to which I replied Tengo hambre (I'm hungry) and she replied in a friendly tone with a 'f**k you'. It says a lot about what a friendly atmosphere that she had created that she felt confident that the whole table would laugh at my expense and not get offended.

    Just a lovely ...

    Lunch in Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Nov 28, 2013

    ... were craving nuggets so off to Mcdonalds we went. They both only got 9! What the hell Argentina! Everytime we have ordered them! After this we walked back to the hostel (on the way Astrid FLICKED an Argie who was bothering us haha), and we bumped into Hugo and Tom outside who literally couldn't believe we made it to Uruguay haha. We had naps and then met up for a drink in the bar downstairs. The party tonight was in the other Milhouse, Milhouse Hipo, so ...