Barradas Parque Hotel & Spa
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- Tennis Court
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... the River Plate meets the Atlantic Ocean. It is 160 miles across to Argentina.
From here on there were lots of rocks with barnacles and a much more ocean feel. Then went to the lighthouse, the oldest one in the area. It is on a lowish hill and is now surrounded by houses. There are some very big houses and it seems like a resort town.We were told that the rich and famous holiday here. Lots of locals or ...
... was then that we moved outside to an awaiting tractor and trailer which I guessed could hold about 25-30 people.Here Lorena began to explain to me the history of the estate and how they managed utilized the land to its maximum 5000 hectare capacity.Lorena,a student was tri-lingual speaking Portuguese,English and Spanish and had been working at the estate for one and a half years,she explained that the estate originally hoped to grow and cultivate almonds but the soil,water and ...
... when we woke up the following day but at least the rain had stopped. We decided to be optimistic and headed out on the 6km walk around the peninsula here. Our opimism paid off as soon after the sun came out and what a difference it made! Suddenly punta del esta was a glorious sea side town with beautiful holiday homes, sparkling beaches and jazzy shops and restaurants! Funny how the sun can do that. Rich claims to have picked Warwick uni as it was sunny on the open ...
... are just setting up for shooting the TV/movie in the park. Find a couple of empty taxis, can’t find the drivers so keep walking, but soon stop a vacant one. The driver knows where the Buquebus terminal is, after deciphering our pronunciation, and we settle in for the ride, definitely longer than walking distance. The metered price turns out reasonable, and definitely better than battling with public transport, as neither our hotel nor destination is ...
... native tongue, to not leave me out.
After a while the four female travellers that ‘accompanied’ me to this very hostel joined us at the side of the house. Milagros, Popy, Lucia and Leti were all from Argentina and were also fluent in English. (A puzzle why they did not say anything to me before). So the entire group was ‘buzzing’ along and that alone made me smile. Added to that, the guys were so laid back and did not monopolise ...