Terrazas de la Pedrera APT Hotel

Address: Rbla Del Sol Y La Luna, La Pedrera, Uruguay | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rbla Del Sol Y La Luna, La Pedrera, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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      Travel Blogs from La Pedrera

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

      ... very inviting slightly chilly sea.

      Back at the hosel by tea time I found that I'd managed to burn both my chest and my back. Good sun tan lotion management there. After an impromptu Skype with Mama I got on with writing up my Spanish notes into something a bit more usable whilst Ed & Rach watched a Champions League game on the teledu.

      I beat Ed ...

      One Ocean

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 21, 2014

      After checking out we jumped on a two hour bus to Punto Del Esta. I faded in and out of sleep. As Ed's been here before he acted as our tour guide, and once we checked into the hostel we headed out to see the sights. The most famous thing here is a piece of art that looks like a hand breaking out of the beach. Otherwise the town is known as being on the peninsula where the uber big Rio De La Plata ...

      Rented a car and drove to the worst place ever!

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 03, 2014

      29 photos

      Everyone really wanted to rent a car, i wasnt too keen on the idea but it was 3 against one really. I didnt want anythig to do with the logistics of it, so i stayed inside while Jez, Joel and Jenny sorted it out. They rocked up in what was smaller than a mini cooper. Barely enough room for 4 people on their own, but throw in 4 backpacks and day bags and it was a real tight squeeze. After about 20 minutes we finally worked out how to tetris all of our **** ...

      Uruguay!

      A travel blog entry by laurams on Jan 06, 2013

      33 photos

      ... and left us at the bus station.

      And what now..?

      I didn't know where the house the girls had rented was, so I had to call them, but I had no uruguayan pesos to so so! Luckily the woman from the shop at the station accepted me to pay
      with dollars to buy a phone card. I tried to call but they wouldn't answer the phone, so I decided to go somewhere with internet and try to write them on facebook. Soon, they replayed and told me where to go.There ...

      Its Raining Again (Supertramp)

      A travel blog entry by jonandvirginia on Mar 24, 2011

      8 comments, 19 photos

      ... I got most of the Spanish and V translated for me as well. Very nice tour around the Peninsula, through rich area of San Rafael, up to La Barra bridge (which the driver gave us a roller coaster ride on), Beverly Hills to a fantastic private Museum - the Museo Ralli. This museum is free and contains some major Spanish and Latin American art works including also many original Salvador Dali and European painters. Very few security guards, photography allowed and generally no signs saying ...