Posada Azul Marino

Address: Ruta 10 km 185, Jose Ignacio, 22040, Uruguay | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Ruta 10 km 185, Jose Ignacio, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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      Travel Blogs from Jose Ignacio

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

      Today was a glorious cloudless one, and being on the move a lot at the minute we decided on claiming it as a Lazy Beach Day. With Patagonia in sight beach days are going to become a thing of the past for the forseeable future. This is the hottest it's felt since Rio. Inbetween the sun worship I managed to fit in a pretty short interval run along the beach and a couple of dips ...

      Beach houses and incredibly over-priced clubs

      A travel blog entry by erucci on Jan 11, 2014

      3 photos

      ... waves were perfect for it) and there were a number of people kite-surfing but we did not try that.

      La Barra is where all of the best Punta-area night clubs are located, at least that is what we were told. Unfortunately our experience left a bit to be desired. It’s a 20-30 minute cab from Jose Ignacio (15-20 minutes from Punta), and expect everything to be overpriced at
      night. We first tried a Mexican restaurant on the ...

      A quick look at Uruguay, Buenos Aires, then home

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 03, 2011

      107 photos

      ... a day. We follow the city walking tour (shown in our map from the tourist office) down the main street to the Plaza Independencia, getting architectural photos on the way, including the Gaudi-esque Palacio Heber, and the colonnaded over-ornate high rise at the entrance to the square. The plaza has an equestrian statue of General Artigas above his mausoleum, and the remains of the Puerto de la Ciudadela, the Theatre Solis, and a 1960’s curtain wall ...

      What sound does a dog make? WWOOF!!!

      A travel blog entry by jnderge on Dec 26, 2010

      1 comment

      ... of a bed...$20. it had been a wet and rainy night, and we didn't want to walk around town in the rain so we settled. That night was warm and humid, we had the rain fly on the tent, and so we decided to air out the stuffy tent by leaving the door open, leaving the door covered by the rain fly. turns out, the rain fly is not a mosquito fly, and in the middle of the night we (more like isaac) woke up in a panic, looking around with our headlamps, There had to be over 100 ...

      El más exclusivo balneario de Sudamérica

      A travel blog entry by vickicooper on Jan 31, 2010

      4 comments, 2 photos

      As the advertisement for Punta Del Este goes: "Reconocida internacional y mundialmente como el más importante y exclusivo balneario de Sudamérica, además de ser una las ciudades más famosas del mundo por ser uno de los puntos de encuentro del jet set internacional". Which basicallly means that Punta Del Este is a place for beautiful people with more money than sense to come and hang out, and is apparently the most exclusive and famous resort in ...