- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the way you go over this really cool bridge which is like a roller coaster. It goes up and down like a hill but just on the bridge. We then got off and walked to the hostel. It was such a lovely hostel. The owners were expecting me but Stephen didn't have a booking. There was no problem and we both got to stay there. Marcelo and Marta are the owners. Marta is Polish and Marcelo is from Uruguay. They were both so lovely and welcoming. They ...
... had a typical menu), took pictures with "Los Dedos", and found an amazing crepes joint, (I don't remember the name, but it's right next to McDonald's off the main strip), and got to see the entire town. Even at the tail end of the high season Punta was packed - the main strip was absolutely packed at 1am. And in typical South American fashion it wasn't just party-goers out, the number of toddlers we saw at 1am was simply astounding.
Heluuuu, We have spent the last few days in Punta del Este and its a very relaxing beach town that will be crazy and full if tourists during the summer. At the moment it's very quiet here but it's kinda nice..As I don't like tourists places thaaaat much! I learnt how to play backgammon;) so we spent our days at the beach or near the hostel playing backgammon! Lets just say I need a bit more practice!;) The French guy that ...
Fred, Armando and I were a bit disenchanted with BA, so the boys took a two day study break and we decided on a quick trip over to Uruguay. The trip over the Rio de la Plata takes only an hour or so on the ferry, and docks in a place called Colonia del Sacramento.
Colonia is Uruguay's oldest town, and it's position across the bay from (Spanish occupied) BA has led to a fascinating history. Settled in 1680 it has changed hands more often than the Webb Ellis trophy!! A ...
... cafes we had passed on the way became trendy restaurants and bars, and souvenir shops started to proliferate. We criss-crossed the old town, and came across the main street, where we headed back north to find the bank to take out $5000 UR$ (pesos, about $A250 worth). At this stage we started looking at the map to find the points of interest, ended up walking west down a side street toward the water, coming across a (once) mobile street hamburger van with a ...