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... tea and waffles there. It's in the Beverly Hills area. Conrad Hilton built a beautiful hotel here years ago. It now belongs to the city and is called the Conrad. They host musical entertainment from all around the world. We visited the Ralli Museum of Art. It was built by a local man who wanted the people to enjoy art. The museum is free and open year around.
Last night on the ship we ate at their Steak House, but it wasn't Argentine Beef. Too ...
... of the town. Nice views, ocean all around and cute little houses make Punta a good holiday destination.
Even though I found Uruguay to be very expensive.
As I wandered around the harbor, a local who was cutting fish started a conversation with me. Very friendly he seemed. Up to the point he asked me if I'm pregnant!
I answered my usual sentence: "no, I just am fat" (instantly regretting that ice cream I had before).
I was a bit hurt and didn't wanna ...
... Agent was more interested in taking Pictures of the Airplane than anything else.
Filed IFR via Tinta ,G 680 to SULS Curbelo Punte del Este intl. The 316 NM leg lasted 1:15
Perfect Service, the Follow Personal tied down my Airplane , waited patiently until my Bike was assembled and guided me to Custom & Immigration , very Friendly People everywhere handing over the pre filled Gen Dec and clearing at the Airport lasted less than 5 minutes , this is the way it should be ...
... from us. They are American-Asians, obviously professional, and with their i-pad, which they are using with the free wi-fi. They have a two hour running battle with the conductor, who keeps telling them they don’t have a valid ticket or documentation for the bus, while the girls maintain that their travel agent said their bus ticket was included. Dianne tells them that the ticket costs about US$7.50, and one of the girls remarks that he is making such a ...
... the coast north past the "mano monument" which is said to remind the people to hold on to their kids as this beach is the rough side and has a bigger wave break. We kept driving north past the famous Leonel bridge which is more like an amusment ride that a bridge we kept going around the roundabouts on either side to bo back over it.
We got to "La Barra" which is an exclusive bohemian ...