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... for a double, 176 pesos for a dorm.
Vizarón: It has a nice looking setup but can say we were overly impressed. The food was ok but not great, not to mention they got part of the order wrong, but who knows may be an off night. The staff however were extremely friendly.
Cost: we both had Salmon (i think around 450 pesos each), I had a beer, Gabriella a Juice and we shared a desert and total came to 1600 pesos
... expectations and although we had just missed Uruguay's summer months, the town had a similar feel to the "good parts" of Miami Beach. I was dying for some sushi after eating countless cows in Argentina. Shockingly, the sushi/pizza/empanada shop didn't have the best sushi. After I overcame the disappointment of my unexceptional salmon roll, we were back to square one: empanadas. The empanades take shape in Punta Del Este, literally. The shape of ...
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zakonczony 12 km ¨trekingiem¨po plazy. z bagazami.
ale po kolei.
rano ruszylismy z Montevideo do Piriapolis, malowniczego miasteczka otoczonego przez trzy najwyzsze szczyty w Urugwaju. Najwyzszy ma az 500m, dwa kolejnie 450 i okolo 400. niektorym udzielal sie jeszcze nastroj dnia transportisty, wiec miasteczko raczej spalo i nie moglismy wjechac wyciagiem krzeselkowym na trzeci najwyzszy szczyt Urugwaju zeby podziwiac ...
... Isreali´s; naming all the reindeer may have been a little bit too much information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Clau s's_reindeer for more detail. Santa´s relation to Jesus was a particular point of contention. We are also both very glad we dont have to do military service but have benefited from it indirectly by recieveing many Isreali army handwarmers.
We depart for Montevideo tomorrow and Christmas.
Happy Christmas Eve.
Mondrian and ...
... for several decades, Punta has more recently sucked away its visitors and its vitality.
But Punta can't take away the gorgeous views from Mt. San Antonio, and a few people have taken notice. We're told that there are small enclaves of Americans, Germans and Canadians scattered around town.