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Morell
4/19/2016 08:25 EST

Change in day and location.

Please note we are starting at the new location this Saturday 23rd at 1300. See this map for location.

http://mydayinuy.com/atlunch-4/

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proger1989
4/19/2016 19:11 EST

hi, if someone pass via el pinar, even for 1 way il be happy to tag along

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carlitos
4/19/2016 19:18 EST

buses are very reliable and cheap.

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gbowwii
4/21/2016 09:57 EST

Just a clarification: the normal schedule is 1st and 3rd Saturday each month, 1:00 PM.

But we are starting this Saturday even though it's the 4th Saturday of the month ...then from May onward it will 1st & 3rd Saturdays.

This will be an easier place to get to for those without a car since one can just jump on a bus on the IB and get off as close as you can: watch for the Niagara Hotel, the Surena Beerhouse is right next to that.

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proger1989
4/21/2016 10:54 EST

u know what bus lines from el pinar?

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carlitos
4/21/2016 11:05 EST

AFAIK 711 and 712
here the time table for saturdays
http://copsa.com.uy/sabados.pdf

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Morell
4/21/2016 11:14 EST

I think any bus on the IB that is going to Parque del Plata or further would be fine as long as it is not an express as those won;t stop where you need to get off. Km 47.5 is the stop.
At the Hotel Niagara you will see a small separate restaurant on the right side as you face the hotel. Look on a site like Trip Advisor or similar for a picture of the hotel.

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carlitos
4/21/2016 11:21 EST

I forgot to say, there are other buses like the ones that go to piriapolist (COT and COPSA) and also the buses that go to Parque del Plata like C4, C3, 710, 222 but you will have to walk about 10 blocks if you take the buses that go to Parque.

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carlitos
4/21/2016 11:22 EST

Morel, C4,c3, 710 and 222 leave IB on TI and make the rest of the trip by Ferreira.

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