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Address: Chacabuco 998, Piriapolis, Uruguay | Inn
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This inn, located on Chacabuco 998, Piriapolis, is near Cerro San Antonio, Cerro del Toro, La Reserva de Fauna, and La Estacion de Cria de Fauna.
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    Travel Blogs from Piriapolis

    R and R

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... salty enough to be considered the ocean. Twenty minutes further east, however, this river officially transforms into the Atlantic Ocean.

    Late Thursday morning, we caught a local bus to the terminal in Montevideo, then a second bus to the beach less than an hour and a half away. The bus left us two blocks from a house we had rented for the next three days via Airbnb. The owners, a friendly couple from Montevideo, met us at the house with hugs ...

    Pouring in Piriapolis

    A travel blog entry by thieringsabroad on Oct 09, 2012

    14 photos

    ... Feeling very smug after that nice meal, we headed to the bus station and made it to Montevideo OK. There I bought our connecting ticket and we waited for an hour to board. There are so many strange people at the station.... Don't talk to strangers, that's for sure! As we got on the bus, a young family sat down next to us with a baby. Uh Oh, it was going to be a long and interesting overnight bus! But thankfully, this was one awesome baby. No crying, it was just interested in being ...

    How a 134 km drive took 7 hours.

    A travel blog entry by teamroman on Dec 17, 2010

    11 photos

    ... hotel totally on the wrong side of the point, so we decided to stop about 20 minutes before my call started and find an internet cafe in Piriapolis where I would either call the conference line or skype in. I got James to slow down at an intersection and I yelled out to people on the street if they knew of a "locutorio" using the term Argentines use. One asked the other who asked another who told us a "ciber cafe" was right around the block. I grabbed my laptop backpack ...


    A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Jan 23, 2010

    11 comments, 26 photos

    ... ready to get outta Dodge.

    Piriapolis is a jewel at the mouth of the Rio de la Plata and we enjoyed laying on the beach, sampling the restaurants and even a little swimming. Friends told us it's less crowded than Punta del Este, but I tell you! There were THOUSANDS of people on the beach. Literally thousands.

    I’ll try to tell a little more with each photo. ...

    A quick escape from Buenos Aires

    A travel blog entry by btran on Dec 17, 2009

    5 photos

    ... it had a nice pool, private beach club, casino and a movie theater. On one rainy day, we watched Avatar on the US release date.

    We were there the week before Christmas, and most restaurants and bars were just starting to open for the season. A very memorable dish was chipriones, or sauteed baby squids. This was a welcomed change from the meat and potatoes that pervades the Uruguayan and Argentine diet.