Conrad - Punta Del Este Resort & Casino
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Punta del Este reminded us of Surfers Paradise, especially after arriving off the overnight bus at 6am Sunday morning to think we had arrived at the tail end of an underage rave to see all these young kids streaming out of the clubs, we were horrified at how young they were.... didn't take long to realise that they are actually 18.....we are just old! Saw sunrise from the famous hand statue on the beach and spent a few days lazing by the beach, working up the courage to dip into the cold ...
... in too much resulting in me sucking half of it down my lungs! but I could certainly taste the spiciness in my throat and then felt the warm oil come back on my palette ,absolutely delicious.Clearing my mouth with water and cheese I was ready for the next one which this time I managed to do properly and I could feel the difference immediately in heaviness , warmth,taste and texture.Lorena followed this with allowing me to try three of the estates wines, a Sauvignon Blanc,Alberino and ...
... fun few hours ensued however I have to confess we weren't overly successful and have decided to aim for a lesson tomorrow. How many more times I will have to do the beginners surf lesson until ican stand up I do not know, but I'm not done trying yet! After indulging in fish and chips on the beach we're now back at the hotel chilling before dinner. We're heading up the coast tomorrow to la paloma, apparently a smaller surfing town but we'll let you know what we think.
... hotel take a picture of us loaded down. We took everything up to our room, got the maid and made sure she knew that it was not trash to be taken out, and then headed back down and saddled up again.
We road east up the coast, toward La Barra, which is a smaller community just over a small bridge from Punta del Este. The bridge is interesting. It’s actually two bridges, one in each direction, and it’s like a wave. You go up and down, then up and down again.
... has been nicely done up, but because it’s old, it suffers from wooden floors that squeak, and doors that don’t fit properly. We have large, ill-fitting glass doors leading onto a lit courtyard. As a result of all this, Dianne gets very little sleep, and would probably move if it wasn’t for other complications, such as paid deposits, forward bookings and the fact we want to leave our luggage here when we go to Uruguay for a few days. Dianne ...