El Capullo

Address: 18 de Julio, #219, Colonia del Sacramento, 70.000, Uruguay | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 18 de Julio, #219, Colonia del Sacramento, is near Barrio Historico, Colonia lighthouse, Puerta de la Ciudadela, and Avenida General Flores.
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    Travel Blogs from Colonia del Sacramento

    Lovely Colonia, Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by consul10t on Mar 25, 2015

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    ... occupied later by Portuguese and then Spanish settlers. The streets are cobblestone and dotted with antique cars - many still obviously in use. It is a very sleepy village without much to do but walk around and enjoy the old buildings, artisan shops, and restaurants. It was very relaxing after the hectic pace of the few weeks before.
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    Meeting old friends in Colonia, Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... the possibility of our paths crossing. But we thought that would be in Buenos Aires! Instead, whilst on the usual search for a food and beer establishment, we bumped into each other in Uruguay completely unexpectedly. It was a surreal moment and one where I was reminded again just how small a place the world can be. Life is considerably different to the last time we saw each other at Mansfield High School ...

    Coasting around Uruguay

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Oct 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... endless white sandy beach with sand dunes that rise steeply just inland, quirky little wooden houses and shacks on dusty quiet lanes. There's isn't really that much to do once you've had a quick wander around the streets and along the beach, apart from relax and just absorb the Uruguayan countryside.

    Relaxing in a quaint, colonial, beach town

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Oct 05, 2014

    22 photos

    ... I thought it looked pretty spectacular - I took to calling it 'Colonia's Colosseum'! We returned to the old town, indulging in yet another amazing icecream, climbing the lighthouse, visiting the artesanal store and the church and so on that had been closed the day before. We dropped by the supermarket on the way back to the hostel to grab dinner items, and got halfway back to the hostel before the 1L beer decided to cut its way to ...

    U R A Gay?

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 26, 2014

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    So today I'll be heading to my 10th country in 10 months assuming I stay there for at least a few days. We had breakfast and met up with Joel and Jez to sort out our tickets as planned. We got in a cab and headed to the ticket office hoping to get tickets for the 2 o'clock ferry. Ahh Argentina why do you have siestas! The good office was closed, so we had to go to the office across the street offering tickets for a ferry leaving at 6 instead. We were all pretty ...