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Camino la Laguna, Punta del Este, Uruguay | B&B
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An unexpected day trip

A travel blog entry by dennisj84

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So we woke up expecting to just go around the downtown area but we got an offer to go on a day trip to Punta del este which is on the coast.

We figured it was a decent idea and in the end we were happy that we went.

We started by driving down towards Piriapolis and stopped there for some pics and sightseeing, & made our way to punta del este for some lunch and seeing the ...

Too cold to be at the beach!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsmexico

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... soul and was completely deserted. The only pretty part of town is the Ciudad Vieja, but it only extends a few blocks & the only company we had there were street dogs. I'm sure the locals have a reason they go back year after year, but it needs some ...

We Make Plans So We Can Change Them

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour

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... along the coast included the following stops:

Colonia: Loved Uruguay's oldest town, but the weather was sub-par so we spent most of the time playing rummy. We did squeeze a few good runs in along the water, but because of the village's location next to the Rio del la Plate, the water appears as thought it's been flushed down from the world's largest porta-potty.

Punta Del Este. Now we're talking. The blue ocean water ...

Day of mishaps....Punta del Este – Uruguay

A travel blog entry by ina01nl

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... known for its exclusive shops and restaurants.

By the beginning of the 19th century, political South America has been largely defined, yet the rarified peninsula of Punta del Este was little more than a semi-arid expanse, the sole domain of a few local fishermen. Flashing neon lights and sleek high rise condominiums make it hard to believe it arose from such humble beginnings.

We had left Montevideo around 23:00 and we arrived in ...

Bums, Boobs and Bikinis

A travel blog entry by touristtom

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... br> Jaclyn:
I had heard of this tiny little paradise that used to be used by pirates trafficking goods into Uruguay, from a friend we met in Montevideo. The island of Gorriti had a glorious beach, with fine yellow sand, palm trees and cool blue water. The island was not as busy as bikini beach and the bikini’s here were much greater in size. So I packed us a picnic lunch and tanned and buffed my mosquito ridden body and plonked it on the beach ...

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This B&B, located on Camino la Laguna, Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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