Hotel Tres Cruces

Miguelete 2356, Montevideo, -, Uruguay | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 2 area of Montevideo, is near Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, Auditorio del Sodre, and Palacio Taranco.
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    Travel Blogs from Montevideo

    Checking Out Uruguay's Capital

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 15, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... We needed the consulate, not the embassy! So, with Google Map in hand, we walked thirty more blocks toward downtown to find the consulate. We could have taken a bus, but that would have meant first finding an ATM machine in order to pay our fares. But this is not so simple in Uruguay, as we have found that not all ATMs here accept our card and further, they do not all allow withdrawals, only deposits.

    So, opting to walk, we arrived within 45 ...

    Montevideo - Uruguay (A Quick Stop)

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 08, 2014

    ... I will have begun to learn a little of this small countries history and its association with the River Plate Basin.One highpoint to note however before I kick off this tour is that Uruguay is one of the most safe and prosperous countries in South America,its population made up of mainly European descendants it has a distinct European feel about it and I have a feeling it will be completely different to everything I have seen so far. ...

    Road-trips, Mate and ASADO

    A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Feb 26, 2014

    8 photos

    We arrived at Montevideo airport. Hannah ate two carrots. Nadia helped. We were met by Rodolfo and Marcia, the son and daughter of a real cool lady called Norma who we met for five minutes in a hostel back in Mexico. We had a lovely evening, bonding over pizza and teaching our new friends about the Queen. We got on so well that we decided to stay with them in their funky house for a whole week.

    We explored Montevideo, ...

    Some thoughts

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 30, 2014

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... And actually being in a country makes everything about it come alive – the stories, the history, the newspapers, the politics. When you are there and can talk about issues with people they become interesting and stick. I read a memoire or a novel (in Spanish) as I traveled – one about a revolutionary in the Mexican civil war, one about a Sandinista women in the Nicaraguan civil war, one about ...


    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Oct 14, 2013

    ... Montevideo is not that big of a port, so it's easy to watch all the goings on. But it's big enough that you get some container ships in there and there's some action to watch. It was a really nice dovetail with our trip to the canal. Almost like we planned it that way...

    We found Mercado del Puerto easily, and indeed, it is a large collection of parilla restaurants housed in a ...