Argentino Hotel Casino Piriapolis
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Thursday we were off to the beach. We all needed to be somewhere with no tourist attractions other than sand, the sea and maybe a fireplace. We chose Piriápolis after reading about its beauty without any glitz. Also, it happens to be the closest beach town to Montevideo. Though its beaches are truly white and the horizon seen from its shores very distant, the body of water it hugs is technically still a river, El Río Plata, ...
... idea to get some nice dinner, especially since our bed for the night would be the coach from Montevideo to Salto and so we don't have to pay to stay anywhere. The restaurant had been booked out by Chris uniquely for us (or it could have just been low season). The waiter was really friendly and we decided to order some steaks...and what a decision that was! These were the best steaks, absolutely delicious and just melted in your mouth. Yum, perfect! Best steak of South America so ...
... in particular, is too buggered to party on, so we call it a night.
Monday 28th February Punta del Este (Uruguay)
We have no-where to go, and nothing to do, so have a lazy morning, and late breakfast, then pack a day-pack full of what we might need, and head out to look at the peninsular and the rest of the town. We walk the boardwalk above the beach dunes, then around the sea front, taking bird photos along the shore because our hearts ...
An early bus took us the hour and a half to a picture perfect beach town called Piriapolis, just south of much more famous and crowded Punta del Este. But for that very reason, we chose Piriapolis for our day trip out of dirty Montevideo.
Everything in Montevideo is either worn out, run down, or broken. Everything in this neighborhood anyway, so ...
... my money at a foreign exchange bureau – of which there were many. I quickly changed my 1000 bill into smaller ones and ran back to the bus, which of course had left. I waited another half an hour for the next one, climbed on board and sat down to wait. I noticed people talking to the driver and then getting off. There were about 5 of us still sitting down, so I asked if there was a problem, no no problem just the bus had broken down so we had to take ...