Hotel Morgan Bay
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from Piriapolis
... block and a half from the house and across the town's main two lane road led us to a rocky path around the dunes toward the sea. Walking and playing on the beach, with not another soul around, on a brisk but sunny afternoon, under clear blue skies, was the main activity of our second day in Piriápolis. Otherwise, we played games, cooked, ate and kept the fireplace stoked while watching movies on Direct TV.
Our third day in ...
... animals (Craig thought maybe frogs) which made the noise of a baby crying!
And back to the usual subject of food, we had some good meals here! One of these was the worlds biggest and best milanesa neopolitana (which I think we have described before) - see image for details! It literally took 6 hours to digest. Crazy!
Another night, we wandered into the residential back streets to find a ´restaurant´ that we had heard did good seafood. . ...
... the next beach town over. It was so dark that we mistook a well lit house for the restaurant, but then noticed lots of other cars turning down the road so we kept going and a parking attendant told us it was the restaurant Marismo. We gave up on Asian, settling for whatever this place was, agreed to check it out. Best decision all day!
Fire pits in the sand, steel drum band, a tree house looking restaurant with multiple floors, and tons of people eating brick oven ...
... the journey was 2 hours but it took closer to 3, meaning that upon arrival we only had around 3 hours to explore the place. It may sound a bit crazy to spend 5-6 hours on a bus for a day trip, but it worked pretty well in this case; Punta del Diablo is very small and the opposite to Punta del Este, the dirt roads full of restaurants and bars made of shacks, blaring out Bob Marley and attracting a more hippie type of traveller. The town was ...
... at the right of the photo.)
We had returned to Piriapolis because of the glorious views of the mountains and the beaches, and had planned to spend the day learning more about the town. But after a series of half-communications, here we were scrambling our ...