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Restaurant on Laguna Garzón
Uruguay

The restaurant is located on the lagoon, built on stilts. It is part of the floating hotel on the Laguna Garzón. The hotel has 12 rooms floating, built of wood, each room has air conditioning, private bathroom, hot water, etc.

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