Treinta Y Tres

Juan A Lavalleja 1534, Treinta Y Tres, Uruguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Treinta Y Tres

Punta del Diablo

A travel blog entry by lindb


... but nice enough guy. I get the bus terminal which is located just outside of town. There is a shuttle service into town for 25 pesos. I then try to find my hostel/cabanas. I probably should have gotten off earlier than the centro stop and had to walk back on myself for about 1km in sticky heat. I finally get to the cabanas which are rustic but ok. I get changed and walk back into centro to get something to eat and have a wander ...

For something completely different - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... our second stop in Uruguay – this time the sprawling capital of Montevideo. Our prior research had suggested that there wasn’t a lot on offer here so we took the opportunity to visit the World Heritage site of the historic quarter of Colonia del Sacremento, one of the oldest towns in Uruguay with a population of about 27,000 people and located about 2 hours outside of the capital city.

Colonia del Sacremento was founded in 1680 by Portugal and has ...

Across Uruguay to Melo

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


... usual sleepy self on Saturday afternoon when we arrived at a new and luxurious hotel. The next couple of days we moved around in Melo, which had improved a lot, and the farm. Animals for slaughter were duly rounded up and inspected by the vet, and we spent a long time with the farm hands eating and discussing world events, including biking from the US to Melo. ...

Punta del diablo

A travel blog entry by andresturner

... but she was doing some house-sitting for another guy with some cabins as well, and we found 'Cabanas Chiringas,' just down the road, through Andrea.

Skulls, Surf, Bums and Bunks

A travel blog entry by emandscotty


... around Dorrego Square. There was no such Tango…. I’m fairly sure the 35oC+ might’ve had something to do with it… as it was ridiculously sweaty putting one foot in front of the other in a straight line let alone coordinating feet and hands and looking lovingly at another human being. I think that looking lovingly at anyone would be impossible in this heat.

Anyway the Sunday market was a bit oversold by Lonely Planet but the suburb is ...


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