Punta Trouville Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... observing the hungry men around us! The aftermath of lunch was putting up with very full bellies and tummy upset again! The group made the most of our spectacular hotel, Dazzler Hotel, and soaked in the jacuzzi, steam room and sauna all afternoon. The cold shower with jets was also fun... This hotel was such a treat from G adventures especially after the long trip so ...
... and of course has the big iconic hand with the fingers sticking out of the sand. We took a 2.5 hour coach trip from the bus station this morning at 10:30am and reached at peak sunbathing time. It was totally worth it, the beach had such soft golden sand and the water was actually blue and although cold there were many locals swimming and surfers. We ate lunch and had ...
... recently that caught my attention. A post went viral on Facebook about why never to date a girl that travels, however things like the quotes below are really not true, for me anyways, so when I saw a reciprocal post about the positives of dating a girl that travels it really hit the spot, it isn't even really about the dating part, I think it just sums up some of the things about travelling that have changed me as a person.
Don’t date a girl ...
... and complaint feel of deaf ears, but thankfully, there was only one thing for this situation... David "The Negotiator" Owen. Off he went, calmly and confidently, listing the complaints one by one, he had her attention and he maintained eye contact. Some how he got the hostel worker to ring the hostel manager and he cooly relayed the hostel's downfalls whilst securing a 15%25 discount on our stay. Maybe his time at the Venn Group has had a lasting effect. After paying, the hostel ...
We explored the Independencia Plaza square in front of the hotel. The centerpiece of the plaza is a large statue of General Jose Artigas, a national hero who helped secure Uruguay's independence from Spain. Some stairs lead down underneath the plaza, and Artigas's remains are interred there in a mausoleum, attended by national guards. D was a little unnerved by the guards -- he would burst into the mausoleum, see the guards, and ...