Days Inn Punta Del Este
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... square in Carmelo had a couple of options, one of which worked.
Turns out the hostel does not exist where stated and most
hotels near the river, about 10 blocks from the Plaza. Had to go to the ferry
terminal to get decent info and a map and then settled on a nearby hotel after
exhausting 3 other, 2 of which were unmanned – 700 pesos and not nice!
... cab and headed back to town.
We got the driver to drop us at the casino so be could play around and when we got out to pay, we realized that the dick had left the meter running the whole time we were watching the sunset. It was outrageously expensive.
When we got inside, jenny got some money out of the ATM and was super excited so she sat down at the roulette table and played for about 40 minutes. She cashed out with $300; ...
... nothing amazing. After dinner we make wander back to our hostel.
The next day is the last day of our seven month South American journey together as Gabriella heads back to Buenos Aires before returning to merry old England to do that umm whats it called ..... Oh that's right work!
After a bit of a sleep in we head off for a bit of a walk around the coast and head back down to the Marina to have lunch at a place called ...
... br> Nicely toasted we were ready for Punta del Este, new year in the Monaco of South America. I would like this part of the story to have the title of fun in the face of adversity. Research told us this was the place to be so having paid rather more than usual for the location it was a disappointing start when our hostel was a mix between a 90yr olds living room and an overcrowded jail cell. Clean beds at least so time for a little shut eye before the celebrations. The other ...
... t help Juniors health.
The ferry cost’s $100USD and takes 1 hour direct from BA to Colonia, Uruguay. After that we had a 4 hour bus trip to get us to Punta del Este which is like the Gold Coast. High rise buildings, tanned beautiful bodies and great beaches. We stayed at a cool hostel called F&F hostel with a cool outdoor area with a bar and pool. It was pretty expensive though (like most places in Punta in peak season) we paid about ...