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Francisco Vidal, Montevideo, Uruguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

"If I die, you can eat me."

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... day, Wednesday, we set off to recover Mr H's glasses from Colonia. We tried to kill two birds with one stone by booking our bus tickets back to Argentina whilst at the bus station, but found that our Rough Guide's assertion that buses go from Montevideo to Rosario "daily" was somewhat inaccurate. There are only buses on 3 days per week. One on Wednesday, one on Monday and two on Friday - either 10am, or 6.30pm, all taking about 9 hours. Having assured ourselves ...

Last day at sea.

A travel blog entry by foxiii


The ship should arrive in Montevideo late today so we have one last night on board before we all part ways on the next part of the journey. Pete travels straight home and back to work but Rob, Robbie and I head to Rio then on to Iguazu Falls. Today will be relaxing, starting to pack and some farewells I expect to new found ...

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


... and bellowed at him to F-off. Luckily, the guy followed this request and beat a hasty retreat down the road and off round the corner. Lucky too as well this was just the dummy wallet we were carrying with just a few pesos in it. We were a little bit thrown by all this so decided to go home. After a coffee and a cigarette - what problem is the world isnīt fixed by coffee and a cigarette? - we decided to not let it spoil the day and set back out for the market. Unfortunately ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... empty mussel shells.

Down at the docks there was an array of luxury yachts and the odd luxury fishing vessel.

These seals knew how to score a cheap feed. The lazy *******s would hold onto the pontoon, awe the tourists and receive a generous serving of fish portions from ...

The last lap to Montevideo

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


The final 400 km run South to Montevideo is well known to me. I enjoy it a lot. It starts along the ridges of Cerro Largo. After 100 km at Treinta y Tres it drops down and straightens out to go through the rice country. The road winds through the hills of Lavalleja, and then becomes a four lane highway into Montevideo. My father used to love touring this area on his motor bike and then ...


This hotel, located in the Punta Carretas area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Pocitos, Parque Rodó, and Museo Torres Garcia.
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