Treinta Y Tres

Address: Juan A Lavalleja 1534, Treinta Y Tres, Uruguay | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Juan A Lavalleja 1534, Treinta Y Tres.
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      From Holidays to Honeymoon...

      A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Jan 03, 2015

      29 photos

      ... Argentina, Uruguay, and Brasil. After dinner there was dessert, delicious apple pie baked by our new friend Dave and helado con tarte chocolate. Mmm... Then there was music, dancing, and fireworks at midnight. On Christmas Day Tracey and I woke up at our bed and breakfast, ate and headed to the beach. We swam, lounged in the sun , and ate some yummy tartas with juice. That evening our host at the BnB invited us to dinner with her family and friends. We had ...

      Beach time

      A travel blog entry by emily26 on Dec 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the European travellers not the Latinos who eat so much later.) I was pretty starving so once I checked into my room I cooked myself some pasta and got chatting to a boy who had just finished uni and lived in Wimbledon. He was travelling with a few friends they were all very sweet. I also got chatting to an Argentinian girl who was nice. We just had some beers and chatted a bit. It see,de to me a lot of younger people at the hostel as well as older but they ...

      Uruguay

      A travel blog entry by tunalim on Dec 01, 2014

      ... the 16th and 17th centuries. Uruguay became a zone of contention between the Spanish and the Portuguese empires. The first permanent settlement on the territory of present-day Uruguay was founded by the Spanish in 1624 at Soriano on the Río Negro. In 1669-71, the Portuguese built a fort at Colonia del Sacramento. Spanish colonization increased as Spain sought to limit ...

      The final leg - Uruguay, Buenos Aires & Home!

      A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Nov 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... town called Punta del Diablo. This journey involved a ferry crossing and then an 8 hour bus journey. We were expecting the boat ride to be similar to the channel crossing however when we boarded and they distributed sick bags we were slightly unsure as to what we'd gotten ourselves into! Our apprehensions were soon realised as the boat proceeded to rock left and right with waves crashing over us for more than an hour. The duty free shop ...

      Impromptu 2 weeks in Uruguay

      A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve on Oct 28, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... into the small port town of Colonia del Sacramento. It’s very small and quaint with some really nice pubs and cobbled streets. Most people who come over on the ferry, empty the cash machines of US dollars before traveling straight back to Argentina to swap them into Argentinian Pesos. We however, decided to venture a bit further afield.

      Next up we traveled down the coast to Colonia Suiza where we had found a horse estancia ...