Punta Trouville Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We caught a taxi from our hotel to the main bus terminal at Tres Cruces (3 crosses). Uruguayan taxi fares are a lottery because even though they are metered the fare displayed bears no relation to what you are asked to pay. The driver pulls out a chart and points to a different amount because you pay extra for luggage. The bus station is located with a new shopping centre on top so we bought some things for lunch and boarded the bus for the first leg of our journey back to ...
... Intendencia- Town hall) and had the most stunning view over the city. Loooved it. Took a coffee at Plaza Libertad (me and Veru had hot chocolate)... oh and before that proved to Andres I can buy international ticket without passport :-) Booked our ticket through the bus & boat company...Will bring my passport today. Normally they do not give out tickets without identification if it is abroad.oh well..guardian angels i must ...
... excitement. Well as it turned out me, Stacey, and Sam did, meanwhile Caz made her best attempt at drinking the jug of caipirinha which had about three quarters of a bottle of cachaca in it which is 40% proof alcohol. After awaking from our the siesta we noticed Caz was fully in the swing of new year and it was only 5pm'ish - exact times are hard to remember. The rest of the evening for us involved continuing to drink and wait for the clock to strike 12 and the fireworks to start. ...
... we didn't meet up but it was a nice little confidence booster. Florencia took me for a drive along the full stretch of the Rambla where we met Gaby and sat watching the sun go down on the sea wall alongside hundreds of locals all drinking Maté and Beers. It was a stunning panorama and good of them to take me there. I had an awful night slight due to a random fat Brazilian guy choking and snoring all night so in a bad mood I decided to book a flight to Asuncion and skip ...
... and white clouds weren't interrupted by mountain ranges; you could see for miles. On our second day there the temperature dropped (so even more like England) and our host pointed south and said, nothing between us and Antarctica. You could really feel the chill in the wind. Our first dinner there was very Swiss, cheese fondue, but with the added pleasure of local wine. It was so nice. The second day we went for a walk to a local cheese maker. She sold us ...