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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ricadi Piriapolis
Travel Blogs from Piriapolis
... are either packaged or can be found fresh in any bakery. They always consist of a sandwich made with dulce de leche smeared generously between two cookies. Dulce de leche is milk caramel found on every breakfast table in these parts and which takes up at least one entire shelf in the condiment isle of every grocery store in Argentina and Uruguay. The sandwich, once filled, can then either be rolled in coconut shavings or covered in chocolate. The ...
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zakonczony 12 km ĘtrekingiemĘpo plazy. z bagazami.
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rano ruszylismy z Montevideo do Piriapolis, malowniczego miasteczka otoczonego przez trzy najwyzsze szczyty w Urugwaju. Najwyzszy ma az 500m, dwa kolejnie 450 i okolo 400. niektorym udzielal sie jeszcze nastroj dnia transportisty, wiec miasteczko raczej spalo i nie moglismy wjechac wyciagiem krzeselkowym na trzeci najwyzszy szczyt Urugwaju zeby podziwiac ...
... noted snorers from our travels (who shall remain anonymous). The place is pretty and we would recommend it for sure to anyone between December and February, though im sure it gets pricey then. It has enabled us to not spend some coin before what will no doubt be a busy week in Buenos Aires.
We went back to Montevideo for one more night, before our early bus and ferry back to Buenos Aires on Sunday. Josh was pushing to get back ...
Each day about lunch time, four old sea lions appear at the Punta del Este docks. Here the local fishermen clean and sell their catch for the day. The leftovers go to the sea lions. On weekends, even in winter, the tourists gather to watch the sea lions have their lunch. For a small tip, the fishermen will provide a fish to feed to ...
... for several decades, Punta has more recently sucked away its visitors and its vitality.
But Punta can't take away the gorgeous views from Mt. San Antonio, and a few people have taken notice. We're told that there are small enclaves of Americans, Germans and Canadians scattered around town.