Hotel Tres Cruces

Address: 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, Auditorio del Sodre, Museo Torres Garcia, and Palacio Taranco.
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      Montevideo & Mr Prezidente - Rande s prezidentem

      A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Dec 18, 2014

      23 photos

      ... 382;í krásnější…. Každopádně je to docela dálka a po cestě zpátky si několikrát říkám, ze to nedojdu. Večer jsme si uvařili večeři v hostelu a jelikož mají Netflix rozhodneme se, ze se podíváme na nějaký film. Takže tak nějak ten večer je jako kdybychom byli doma v Hanwellu. Trvá nám asi tak 45 minut než se rozhodneme na co se budeme koukat, pak několik filmu zacneme a po ...

      I heart Uruguay part 2: On to Montevideo

      A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Nov 12, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... allowed to serve one term), but thankfully it looks like Mujica’s successor as leader of the Broad Front Party will win in the final run-off next weekend.

      Mujica stands out as a politician for many reasons, most notable being his refusal to be too “presidential” and his total rejection of the material trappings of his position. In his own way a little like the new Argentinian Pope. Mujica drives his own beaten ...

      Old Stuff & The Return of Ed

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 19, 2014

      ... metal straw. People drink them everywhere. And I mean everywhere. You will constantly see people with mate and flask of hot water drinking away on the bus or just wandering down the street. My Spanish instructor says it is the best thing in South America. Big words. I was fairly indifferent. I'm not big on hot beverages to start with and there was an accidentally hole in the straw I had to cover with my finger meaning a bit of a burning. It is strong but leaves no aftertaste ...


      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Apr 23, 2014

      32 photos

      ... man at the desk introduces us to the nicest Aussie girl, Roxanne. She has come in from Brazil and has a similar travel ideas to us. No time frame, no plans, just word of mouth planning. She told us about some great little beach towns on the coast of Uruguay that we are now going to check out. For today though it's walking along the Rumbla in Pocito. A long stretch of beach road that we can walk along, one way goes to the Montevideo sign and the other ...

      Bonus Country: Uruguay!

      A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Mar 31, 2014

      ... leaves and a thermos flask of hot water tucked under their arm. In fact, many buses have signs saying that mate is prohibited because of health and safety reasons.
      As for food, one Urugayian (?) speciality is chivitos: a thin steak topped with slices of ham, cheese and fried egg. Since arriving in South America, I think I have probably eaten about four and a half cows, although since Uruguay has three times as many cows as people, I don't think they'll be running out any time soon.